rewrite rule: MediaWiki to static site
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Mon Aug 20 10:09:10 UTC 2018
I'm diverting traffic from an retired MediaWiki site to an active static
site. I'm somewhat confused with the process of `rewrite`-ing old URLs with
a query string to standard URLs *without* a query string on the static site.
For clarity, I do not need or want query strings on the new site.
Retired URLs examples:
New URLs examples:
All the retired URLs are attached to `/wiki/index.php` with a single query
There is no direct correlation between the old URLs and the new ones, and I
have a before-and-after list of URLs to put into a 200+ entry `rewrite`
My question is two-fold:
1) Is it better (objectively) to have all the rewrite rules inside a
`location` referring to `/wiki/index.php` since the only non-Mediawiki URL
on the retired site is `/`?
2) How can I best build the `rewrite` list without using `if` or nested
I am grateful for your time and attention, and I would very much appreciate
an example rewrite rule and/or some reading recommendations for `rewrite`
with query strings.
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