moinmoin-wiki - Docker image based on Debian with the Moinmoin wiki engine, uwsgi, nginx and self signed SSL

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Docker image with the Moinmoin wiki engine, uwsgi, nginx and self signed SSL. Everything included with minimum fuzz and just works. Default superuser is mmAdmin, you activate him by creating a new user named mmAdmin and set your prefered password.

https://github.com/olavgg/moinmoin-wiki

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