Is there a way to migrate Assembla wiki to Confluence Server?


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Is there a way to export Assembla content to a standard format that Confluence might be able to read?

Hi Nice, what would these formats be? 

There's some flexibility if you are happy to do scripting, but off-the-shelf, it'll happily read in Word (albeit individual pages) and simple text files.  I've done a few imports with a "scrape existing site, run it through html2text to create one text file per page, run import"

With scripting or add-ons, you get a lot more power though.  Even the REST interface can help with more complex "read some data, poke it into Confluence as a page"

Thanks. I'll review 

Looks like Assembla offer a JSON export

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