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From Oleg Kalnichevski <>
Subject Re: svnpubsub for website
Date Wed, 22 Feb 2012 14:45:29 GMT
On Wed, 2012-02-22 at 14:35 +0000, sebb wrote:
> Infrastructure require projects to change the way releases and
> websites are published by the end of this year.
> [See separate mail for releases]
> The current process is that sites are updated by uploading files to
> minotaur (people.a.o), but this is to be changed so that sites are
> stored in SVN and the public website will be directly updated from
> there.
> This will eliminate the delay which currently occurs between updating
> minotaur and the website being visible publicly.
> The JMeter website is currently stored in SVN (apart from apidocs), so
> in theory svnpubsub should work very well for us.
> However, we currently rely on using a branch for each JMeter version
> so we can update trunk separately.
> Infra have said that they will only support using a single unchanging
> SVN URL, so we'll need to change the way we manage different site
> versions.
> I hope we can continue as currently, but release the site by copying
> the site from the branch to the target URL.
> I need to find out if this will work and be acceptable.

Sebastian et al

Have you considered migrating all the way to Apache CMS instead (which I
believe is recommended by the infra)? I have been thinking about
migrating HC related content to CMS, as I am quite sick and tired of
having to wrestle with maven-site-plugin each and every release.


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