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From Dave Fisher <dave2w...@comcast.net>
Subject Re: ooo-wiki headers and footers
Date Wed, 24 Aug 2011 04:14:14 GMT
Terry,

This is great. Let's discuss the process for modifying the header and footer to match http://incubator.apache.org/openofficeorg/www/.

I need to update the project on what I did with the website, but I am done for today.

Best Regards,
Dave

On Aug 23, 2011, at 8:30 PM, Terry Ellison wrote:

> I've now finished the upgrade to add the Apache Traffic Server front end to the community
MediaWiki service at http://ooo-wiki.apache.org/ and the service is back online.
> 
> We need to do some further tuning of the system cache optimisation, but even with the
first-cut settings that I prepared on my own test-bed VM, the system already looks as if it
it is hitting the performance targets needed to sustain a full production transaction rate.
 It certainly feels extremely snappy compared to the existing OOo community wiki or the Apache
cwiki, and the Google pagespeed benchmarks are significantly better than both of these systems.
So:
> We are good to go for production migration of the community wiki.
> We are the first Apache project adopter of another Apache project, Apache Traffic Server
(ATS)
> We have laid the foundation for an ATS template for MediaWiki hosting that can be used
to promote the use of ATS for the wider MediaWiki systems community.
> It's been a hard few days work, and still some finishing to do, but my thanks to the
Infrstructure and ATS guys that have supported me in making this happen.  
> 
> Regards Terry
> 
>> Just a warning in case anyone is browsing the ooo-wiki.apache.org server.  We will
be taking it offline to add an Apache Traffic Server Cache.  You can still all access the
current production site at wiki.services.openoffice.org 
>> 
>> I will post another announcement when it is back one line for project members to
browse/ 
>> 
>> Regards 
>> Terry 
>> 
> 


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