We've got a pretty robust Google implementation going on right now, and we're hoping to move it over to an existing Confluence installation. Are there any tools that will allow us to migrate our Google stuff to Confluence?
The Universal Wiki Converter, our free conversion tool, doesn't currently offer a converter module for Google Sites.
If you need some hands-on additional assistance with the conversion, the best option is to work with an Atlassian partner, as many do specialize in Confluence conversions and can write a custom converter for you. Feel free browse the partner directory. A couple to mention:
I've also spotted an archived thread in our old forums, where Laura Kolker, one of the lead developers for the UWC, has mentioned some workarounds: http://forums.atlassian.com/thread.jspa?threadID=41131&tstart=0&messageID=257373633.
I am also interested in this, but I think half the problem is on the Google Sites side. I thought the new Google Sites API would help, but it looks to me as if it lets you copy a site (to create a new Google Site), not export the content. You can get all the attachments from a site, but I did not see a way to get the pages out in any usable format. Someone correct me if I'm wrong about that; it would be a relief to see some easier way to migrate to Confluence.
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