Import Bulk Files into Confluence Cloud Best Practices

We have a lot of content in our GitHub wiki that I'd like to import into our Confluence Cloud instance. What's the best way to go about doing this? 

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@Avi Knoll this would be a really great use case for Pandoc Connect:

@Robert Massaioli, is this a plugin you've used before and can confirm works for importing GitHub wiki articles?

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@Jesse DeRose you will not be able to point it directly at a GitHub wiki and have it be automatically be imported into Confluence. But you can probably upload one markdown page at a time easily enough.

Yep, you should be able to import the pages one at a time. Unfortunately I haven't implemented bulk file import or importing from a URL/URI yet. Please feel free to vote and describe your use case on smile

The add-on is also open sourced at

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