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From Tim O'Brien <tobr...@discursive.com>
Subject [all][site] Non-Maven web sites
Date Tue, 25 Nov 2003 02:40:16 GMT
I think storing HTML in CVS is a little redundant, but I also realize 
that infrastructure is a set of hard working volunteers, and what's the 
use of arguing.

That being said, where do we commit commons sites?  jakarta-site2/commons/X?

Also, Robert brings up some good points about not rushing too fast, 
Maven isn't 1.0 yet.  That being said, I think that Jakarta Commons 
needs a common look and feel yesterday, I think that having a confusing 
website sends a confusing message and ultimately affects quality.

Tim


Phil Steitz wrote:

> robert burrell donkin wrote:
>
>> On 22 Nov 2003, at 21:09, Noel J. Bergman wrote:
>>
>> <snip>
>>
>>>> there are also some features that many of these web sites use that are
>>>> not (easily) available through maven.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Have these been raised to the Maven project?
>>
>>
>>
>> it's mainly access to information related to a particular release. 
>> this is static and is currently not stored in cvs. it should just be 
>> a case of some careful re-organization.
>
>
> What I did in [lang] (which I am about to remove pending resolution of 
> the cvs placement issue) was to use the existing link in the body of 
> the main page to the "release" javadoc (leaving the files in place) 
> and allow the Maven "project reports" section to point to the 
> "current" javadoc. That seems natural to me and I don't think that 
> this kind of thing will be that hard to handle. It will just require 
> that we maintain directories for the non-maven generated content and 
> correct links in the xdocs.
>
> After reviewing the archives and doing some more research, I now 
> understand fully the rationale for storing all HTML in cvs and I don't 
> think that there is much value in debating this issue any more.  Sorry 
> if I was beating a dead horse above.
>
> That said, to move forward with [lang] and [collections] I need a 
> place to commit the maven-generated HTML.  I could just add it all 
> into jakarta-commons/lang (resp. collections). Is that what I should 
> do (adding the other files in the current site that aren't in cvs as 
> well)?
>
> Phil
>
>>
>> - robert
>>
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