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From Stuart Monteith <>
Subject Re: Wiki/Webpages
Date Wed, 11 Feb 2009 17:41:17 GMT
Hello all,
    I've updated the status page. It lists our wiki, mailing lists and 
commiters. Please post here if I got anything wrong, and I or someone 
else can fix it.


Stuart Monteith wrote:
> Hi,
>    Thanks Robert. I noticed that kato.html was missing, so I've 
> regenerated the incubator project status pages and added 
> projects/kato.html and checked it back it - hopefully that will get 
> sync'd up soon.
> I'll have a look to see what others have done regarding Confluence and 
> subversion.
>    Stuart
> Robert Burrell Donkin wrote:
>> On Mon, Feb 9, 2009 at 6:15 PM, Stuart Monteith <> 
>> wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>>   I've been looking at setting up our website and wiki.
>>> The first thing I notice is we don't have a status page from
>>> (Kato isn't listed).
>>> There are instructions here: 
>>> Shall I go ahead and do this?
>> +1
>> give it a go. if you turn out not to have enough karma, create a patch
>> in JIRA and let either me or ant know.
>>> I've put some basic content onto the wiki, However, before it be 
>>> linked to
>>> from the status page, we'll have to export it.
>>> Currently we can edit our wiki here:
>>> It is being exported to under
>>> /www/confluence-exports/KATO.
>>> Our webpages should live under /www/ on
>>> where it will be exposed as
>> this should link to the status page (i'll fix this)
>> the actual site will be
>>> We should have two sets of files in our website. One will be 
>>> exported from
>>> the Wiki, the other set will be gotten
>>> from other sources, such as from the build of the API's Javadoc.
>>> The wiki would be copied to a "site" directory, with a top-level 
>>> index.html
>>> file redirecting to it.
>>> The other files would be checked out into another directory on the same
>>> level as site from subversion.
>>> One thing I'm not clear on is whether or not the exported site from 
>>> the wiki
>>> should be checked into subversion - the examples I have seen just 
>>> rsync.
>> (i've never used confluence for document so hopefully other more
>> knowledgable folks will jump in)
>> this isn't limited to confluence
>> some projects store their site documentation in subversion, others
>> don't store the generated results. both systems have pros and cons but
>> either would work fine.
>> - robert

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