just consider this facts:
- there are two distributions of nwiki
* one for moodle 1.6 that we consider stable and will not change much in the future
* one for moodle 1.7 (released on xmas eve ) that will be updated on a weekly basis. The modifications will affect security issues, code stability, and migration issues that will appear. This version has little testing on 1.7 (meaning that only 3 or for people have reported issues or bugs in the forum, though I'm counting 87 downloads since this release came, I hope that this is good news )
All serious issues with nwiki should appear ( if so ) in the installation/migration process. We are working very hard on it, specially on the backup/restore engine that needs to cover tons of migration scenarios.
When installed nwiki is pretty stable and easy to use. We are working on a on line documentation wiki, hoping that one day it may come to moodle.org. All of you are welcome to participate.
Useful url's Nwiki download site Nwiki documentation