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From Emmanuel Venisse <>
Subject Re: Site and parent changes
Date Mon, 12 Nov 2007 07:57:51 GMT


Brett Porter a écrit :
> As I alluded to in my other mail, I did some work on making a top level 
> site. More work is needed, and I need to drag in the project 
> documentation itself, but I thought it'd be good to get some feedback. 
> It's all out of the way for right now.
> It looks like this:
> (don't mind the design so much - more about the content and emphasis, 
> though do note the easy popup for downloads when moused over :).
> It's meant to be very simple, and once you download, you go off to the 
> documentation for the latest version for the guide. The documentation 
> will have the left nav that was introduced on trunk and be basically 
> self contained. You'll be able to get to docs for older versions if you 
> desire.
> BTW, I also started to prepare trunk for making documentation instead of 
> a site (that can be bundled up and deployed at /docs/1.0 as I discussed 
> in the other mail). For this, I also introduced a shared parent POM for 
> Archiva in /parent. I haven't flipped trunk to use it yet though. Any 
> objections to me doing that? I can create an externals archiva-all that 
> will pull in trunk, parent and site if that helps.
> Thoughts, flames? All totally undoable, but I think this is the way to 
> go :)
> Cheers,
> Brett
> -- 
> Brett Porter -
> Blog:

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