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Hi so recently our company is wanting to migrate from our old mediawiki setup to confluence, but all the online forums/posts are super outdated at 2016 where it seems options are either to use an unsupported UWC and hope it works, or dump the mediawiki files to html and then have confluence read it and hope nothing goes wrong. I'm wondering if there are any new methods that this migration can be done recently since the most recent posts addressing this issue is from 2016 and wondering if anything new has come up.
I don't think there is a way to do it using a plugin.
There is this post from another user with same question:
All the best,
I want to migrate around 300 MediaWiki pages to our confluence cloud. Are you able to do that? What's your quote for 300-400 pages?