The KDE Wiki Has Moved

Lukas Masek (aka luciash d' being) has announced the successful completion of the move of the KDE Wiki to the KDE Dot News server. With the move, KDE Wiki gains not only more computing resources, but also a new domain name in the form of Many thanks to luci and of course to our sponsor Pierre-Emmanuel Muller of LeVillage.

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by cwoelz (not verified)

The more I work with the KDE wiki, the more I like it.
It is powerfull and easy to use. And Luci is an excellent maintainer, and really cares for the site.

The wiki is also an excellent tool to integrate people to the KDE community. Easy access is one of the reasons behind the success of and Openess is the reason KDE has one of the most vibrant, efficient communities out there. And we can make it even better ;)

[ Execution time: 3.69 secs ] [ Memory usage: Unknown ] [ 150 database queries used ] [ GZIP Enabled ] [ Server load: 1.98 ]

tikiwiki :)

A REALLY inefficient one.

by Navindra Umanee (not verified)

Maybe it would make sense to cache the wiki? Dunno, I'd have to check the tikiwiki FAQ and consult luci to see if it's practical.

perhaps we could try Turck MMCache.
for more info about boosting TikiWiki see and

yes, unfortunatelly it's too much still, but it's better than before.
i'll try to reduce the number of modules displayed by default on the site to minimum - i think it will help reduce the number of queries this way a bit...


You could also try to enable the MySQL query cache. Since it's using so many queries.

i've enabled TikiWiki wiki cache feature. it's much better when the page gets cached now.

Please reduce queries by caching them globally, like with eg.

by Alex (not verified)


I was just looking at GREAT JOB on the redesign! Also KDe WIki is very nice :)