I couldn't find out who runs the OSM wiki, so i'll ask here. Kiwix support apparently requires something called Parasoid API ( http://sourceforge.net/p/kiwix/feature-requests/922 ) to be installed by the admins.

The benefit of this is offline access to the entire OSM wiki using Kiwix, a cross-platform wikipedia viewer.

Other related question: https://help.openstreetmap.org/questions/18338/offline-documentation-of-tagging-wiki-extract

asked 17 Sep '15, 16:32

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closed 21 Sep '15, 23:49

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The question has been closed for the following reason "Feature request, please use trac.osm.org" by Richard 21 Sep '15, 23:49

Technically the wiki is run by the Operations Working Group and more specifically by the OSM system admins, they are reachable at: operations@osmfoundation.org

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answered 17 Sep '15, 18:27

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Thanks, would you be able to forward them this request?

(21 Sep '15, 14:15) ckvkequd

there is no point in me acting as a go between you simply need to send mail to the address above. And please include documentation that shows that the proposed extension is actualy supported etc.

(21 Sep '15, 19:07) SimonPoole ♦

Of course, but a random email appears as spam or phishing attempt and is disregarded.

(21 Sep '15, 19:40) ckvkequd

Your random question also doesn't appear to be spam, so give it at least a try.

(21 Sep '15, 20:47) scai ♦

Thanks, I have. This may be more likely to be implemented if supported by more than one member of the OSM community.

(21 Sep '15, 22:00) ckvkequd

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