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From Tim Williams <>
Subject Re: Blur Website
Date Wed, 08 Aug 2012 03:12:35 GMT
On Tue, Aug 7, 2012 at 11:02 PM, Tim Williams <> wrote:
> On Tue, Aug 7, 2012 at 8:42 PM, Aaron McCurry <> wrote:
>> I see that from the
>> guide that the website needs to be maintained in the version control
>> system.  We can start working on the site now, and once the git repo
>> is setup we can make sure that's get is the source moving forward.  I
>> will be happy to provide documentation and content for the web site
>> plus migrate any existing content from github wiki and any other
>> places it might exist.  But I have no web site designer skills what so
>> ever, so I'm going to need help there.  Also we should discuss what
>> needs to be done with the site currently owned by Near
>> Infinity.
> Is Near Infinity giving us the content of the existing site?  The
> domain name?  The current site looks good and would be enough content
> for us to start to attract folks I reckon - gives people some content
> to land on at least.
> I'm not familiar with how sites work with git (I'm an svn fan being
> dragged kicking and screaming into a new git world:).  I'm clarifying,
> but I *think* if we want to use the CMS we'll have to create a
> separate repo for the doc sources.  Unless someone clarifies here,
> I'll report back the answer I get from infra.

Yes, to use the CMS we'd have to create a separate SVN repo just for
the docs.  I'm not sure what the git-based site options are - I can
look into it if no one else knows either...


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