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From Ross Gardler <rgard...@wkwyw.net>
Subject Re: Cocoon apps Web site hosting
Date Tue, 13 Aug 2002 09:58:54 GMT
>>>EUR Web site presence. I think we need to have a combination of static pages
>>>with dynamic ones, to show off examples and so on.
>>
>>It certainly needs to be Cocoon hosted!
> 
> 
> One issue I see, as somebody else noted as well, is that different examples
> will need possibly different versions of Cocoon. We need to manage this
> complexity somehow.

Yes, I think the web ring, with (eventualy) a central repository of 
information distributed via RSS would be the best bet. Either my server 
or the Outerthought server could be the control point for this.

For those who don't have access to the resources, I am sure I can 
provide hosting on my server for them.

>>>Do they have access to a
>>>staging area to test their site, and then publish it?
>>
>>I would say that the "staging" area is the developers own
>>responsability. Once it is in CVS it is considered publishable. Would
>>this mean maintaining a permanent branch for development work, keeping
>>the main branch for approved bug fixes only? Or possibly the other way
>>around, that is have a "release" branch for Forrest to publish from and
>>leave HEAD as the development code?
> 
> 
> One thing which becomes difficult in the presence of dynamic data, is that
> is hard to test Web apps on a different machine without access to the data
> sources (databases etc.). That's why I think providing a separate staging
> area on the same server would be neat.

True.

Ross


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