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From Jeremy Quinn <jer...@media.demon.co.uk>
Subject Re: are we ready to move to cocoon.apache.org?
Date Wed, 12 Mar 2003 16:39:44 GMT

On Tuesday, March 11, 2003, at 01:01 PM, Stefano Mazzocchi wrote:

> Pier Fumagalli wrote:
>> "Stefano Mazzocchi" <stefano@apache.org> wrote:
>>> Things to do will be:
>>>
>>> 1) move the existing docs to the cocoon.apache.org virtualhost 
>>> (please
>>> note that the copyright year on the web site is old!)
>>>
>>> 2) create permanent redirects from the old location to the new one 
>>> (so
>>> that no links are broken)
>>>
>>> anything else?
>> I would move it in a slightly different way, that will help us to be 
>> more
>> flexible wih the new/updated documentation for v2.1 comes out:
>> 1) move /www/xml.apache.org/cocoon1/ to /www/cocoon.apache.org/v1.x/
>> 2) setup permanent redirect from http://xml.apache.org/cocoon1/** to
>>    http://cocoon.apache.org/v1.x/{1}
>> 3) move /www/xml.apache.org/cocoon/ to /www/cocoon.apache.org/v2.0/
>> 4) setup permanent redirect from http://xml.apache.org/cocoon/** to
>>    http://cocoon.apache.org/v2.0/{1}
>> 5) setup temporary redirect from http://cocoon.apache.org/ to
>>    http://cocoon.apache.org/v2.0/ (this will be changed to redirect to
>>    http://cocoon.apache.org/v2.1/ when we want to put live a new 2.1 
>> based
>>    website)
>>    note that this redirect doesn't "redirect" the entire subtree (no 
>> ** and
>>    no {1} in this one).
>> 6) move the mirror.cgi and mirror.html fies to 
>> /www/cocoon.apache.org/ and
>>    keep them as generic as possible for all our downloads (1.x, 2.x, 
>> ...)
>> This should not break any link right now, and at the same time, it 
>> will
>> allow us to grow beyond 2.0 (whilst keeping the old doccos on line and
>> without having to move them as we did with 1.x)...
>> And it will only take a few minutes to set up... Let me know if I 
>> should
>> shoot for it...
>
> I like it. But since URL space planning is a *very* serious issue, we 
> should do a real vote around this.
>
> so, please, guys, place your vote.

-0   I abstain

Very minor point, I am not happy with the 'v' in the URL, it is 
unnecessary IMHO.

But I don't want to get in the way of your good works .... ;)

regards Jeremy


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