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docs: be more precise about example file locations

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docs/admin/configure.rst

 9. UPPERCASE stuff at the bottom, outside the Config class - this is framework
    configuration (usually something for Flask or some Flask extension).
 
+A real-life example of a `wikiconfig.py` can be found in the
+`docs/examples/config/` directory.
+
 =========================
 Wiki Engine Configuration
 =========================
 http://www.python.org/doc/current/library/logging.html#configuring-logging
 
 
-There are also some logging configurations in the `examples/` directory.
+There are also some logging configurations in the
+`docs/examples/config/logging/` directory.
 
 Logging configuration needs to be done very early, usually it will be done
 from your adaptor script (e.g. moin.wsgi)::

docs/admin/serve.rst

 
 test.wsgi first
 ---------------
-The first thing you should get working is the `test.wsgi` we provide. Make
-sure it works with your server setup (it will emit some infos about your
-server / setup).
+The first thing you should get working is the `test.wsgi` we provide (see
+`docs/examples/deployment/`). Make sure it works with your server setup (it
+will emit some infos about your server / setup).
 
 If `test.wsgi` does not work, you are *not* having a moin problem,
 but a problem with your web server (or flup middleware, in case
 moin scripts next
 -----------------
 OK, so if you got `test.wsgi` working, you'll easily get the moin WSGI app
-working, too. Please read the contents of the moin script you want to use,
-there might be something you need to adapt to your setup (e.g. pathes to fix).
+working, too. Please read the contents of the moin script you want to use (see
+`docs/examples/deployment/`), there might be something you need to adapt to
+your setup (e.g. pathes to fix).
 
 For Apache2 + mod_wsgi, use `moin.wsgi` (you can also use it as a starting
 point for other servers maybe).