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From Jan.Mate...@rzf.fin-nrw.de
Subject RE: Subversion commit mails
Date Fri, 11 Jun 2004 11:04:09 GMT
> >  > > Why do we need to kept the generated web site under svn?
> >  >
> >  > One very good reason is that it can be restored
> >  > immediately and painlessly if something goes foobar with
> >  > the website (e.g. a break-in or accidental trashing).
> >  > cd /www/forrest.apache.org/; svn update
> > 
> > Is regenerating so difficult? :-)
> 
> Yes, for others that don't even have Java installed it it; 
> furthermore 
> it keeps history of the files forever, even when Forrest will not be 
> there anymore to generate the site.

Could be done by a server side script/program.


> This is a requirement from infrastructure@apache.org.


Ok, nothing can beat that :-)



> > Just holding the original (xml) data in SVN should be enough.
> > Then you´ll just only commit mails per data-change ...
> 
> We don't necessarily want the site updated at every source commit.

via cron 1/2 times per day (like at the moment)


Jan

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