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Moved from Wikipedia:Village pump:


When Wikipedia was down this morning there was a link to a wiki page on another site. Some of the discussion was quite funny, but I now have no idea where that site is now (and can't use browser history since I was at work at the time). So where was that page? Evercat 17:25 28 Jul 2003 (UTC)

It's berliOS, & the specific page u're looking for is Talk:Wikipedia Status/Archive. --Menchi 17:27 28 Jul 2003 (UTC)

Moved from Wikipedia:Village pump:

BerliOS II[edit]

Another question about the temporary refuge (berliOS ? or was it BERLIos, anyway...) There was a page called This is not Wikipedia, and it spawned a handful of stubbish new articles, with the idea that they would be ported over into Wikipedia, when and if it could be raised again. Now Wikipedia does not outwardly appear to be in imminent fear of collapsing again (well, for all I know some tech-guy may be desperately holding a finger in the dyke, but then...); what I am querying is what is the preferred modus for transplanting those non-autochtonous wikipedia articles beneath the juicy mulch of wikipedia. Cut and paste? Or is there a way to transfer them wiki to wiki, without losing edit histories? Does it matter? Thank you for your attention. -- Cimon Avaro on a pogo-stick 00:18, 29 Jul 2003 (UTC)

Copy and paste is the only viable option I'm afraid.—Eloquence 01:23, 29 Jul 2003 (UTC)


In the last weeks there where many downtimes (some days long). Was there any information what happened/why there was a downtime?

Reports of intrusion at BerliOS[edit]


Someone should probably note that BerliOS has received funding to continue.

  • [2]. Announcement. (talk) 03:10, 15 November 2011 (UTC)


Berlios was closed in April 2014, as per the announcement, with most projects moved to Sourceforge. All former links, including those in this article re the closure, go to the Berlios homepage. I have done small changes to reflect this, but maybe more is needed. Dsergeant (talk) 10:28, 30 June 2014 (UTC)