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From Ross Gardler <>
Subject Re: zone for testing forrest
Date Fri, 27 May 2005 09:41:56 GMT
David Crossley wrote:
> Antonio Gallardo wrote:
>>David Crossley dijo:
>>>David Crossley wrote:
>>>>David Crossley wrote:


>>>We would need either Tomcat or Jira so that we can test
>>>our webapp in a servlet container. We also would run the
>>>forrestbot webapp interface there, probably building the
>>>"seed site" and maybe our trunk website.

I would propose Tomcat for the simple reason that it will force us to
test another aspect of Forrest, i.e. the generation of the WAR and
hosting on a different servlet container.

>>>We already have an Apache HTTP Server 2.0 on port 80.
>>>I suppose that we would use ProxyPass etc. to hide the
>>>servlet container.
>>>How do we make people aware that this is not our production
>>>website? I have already added a robots.txt to keep the
>>>honourable ones out.
>>Perhaps as brutus does. A home page stating: "Beaware: This is only a demo
>>site". Or something like that.
> That is easy for the front page, but each page of content is
> more difficult. For the moment stopping Google from indexing
> is a good start.

Use a different site/project logo?

Add it to the MOTD?


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