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From James Strachan <james.strac...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: helping out with the Web site
Date Wed, 10 Nov 2010 10:50:03 GMT
FWIW I started an experimental spike to try recreate the Camel website
using wiki files from source control - exported from Confluence -
(rather than the Confluence / AutoExport icky stuff) like Karaf &
ServiceMix are doing. More as a test of Scalate than any attempt to
actually change any documentation. (I didn't actually touch any of the
Camel documentation at all; just tweaked the layout/Scalate stuff to
get it just about working)...

https://github.com/jstrachan/camel-docs

Looks like we've one or two fairly trivial confluence macros to
implement & a couple of wikitext bugs to have a faithful reproduction
of the site, but its not a bad start.

e.g.  do this...

git clone https://github.com/jstrachan/camel-docs.git
cd camel-docs
mvn jetty:run

then see these pages which don't quite work :(...

http://localhost:8080/documentation/enterprise-integration-patterns.html
http://localhost:8080/documentation/components.html



On 9 November 2010 19:44, Eric Johnson <emjohnson@fusesource.com> wrote:
> I'm a committer on CXF and have been helping out with the ServiceMix
> site redesign. I'm interested in helping Camel maintain its Web site
> as well. Are there any tasks that need tackling that I can get started
> on?
>
> --
> Principle Technical Writer
> Phone (781) 280-4174
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>



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