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From Daniel John Debrunner <...@debrunners.com>
Subject Re: Derby web site updates [Ken, please 'svn update' to make visible]
Date Thu, 02 Sep 2004 20:13:59 GMT
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Rodent of Unusual Size wrote:

| Daniel John Debrunner wrote:
|>Can someone explain the web-site process? A Derby committer can make
|>changes to the source pages for the web-site but does not have the
|>permissions to make them visible on the actual site. Hence the requests
|>to Ken to 'svn update to make visible'. Is Ken in a committer++ role or
|>~ as a committer on the incubator project or something else?
| more or less, yes.  there are four different kinds of access involved:
| a) access to the derby site module (svn incubator/derby/site/trunk/)
| b) access to the incubator module (cvs incubator/)
| c) access to the incubator site module (cvs incubator-site/)
| d) access to the web server filesystems
| there are two places on the incubator site where the derby project has
| pages:
| 1. http://incubator.apache.org/derby/
| 2. http://incubator.apache.org/projects/derby.html
| #1 comes from the derby site module, and is quite straightforward:
| any time someone with [a] access changes the derby site module, someone
| with [d] access needs to propagate those changes to the web server.

Thanks for the clear explanation, one more question though.

Does the #1 process ever become automated, e.g. once out of incubation,
or is there always a manual step asking someone with d) to perform the

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