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From Carl Marcum <>
Subject Re: Updating the status page
Date Sat, 24 Sep 2011 21:54:09 GMT
Hi Rob,

I think the svn co should be "https" instead of "http" for committers.

I just went through the steps and added links to the monthly incubator 
status reports in that section. They are links to the page that includes 
all projects for the month [1]. The project page updated after about 30 

I for one have not been back to the status page since the incubation 
started. We sure have a lot of pages to update :)

There may be some items under 'Mentor-related responsibility/oversight' 
that may be completed?

I would be glad to do additional updates if anyone sees anything more or 
scheduled things like the status reports.


Best regards,

On 09/24/2011 03:27 PM, Rob Weir wrote:
> I finally got around to figuring out how to update our podling status
> page:
> It isn't really too difficult. Not as easy as updating a wiki or a web
> page via the CMS.  But is certainly doable, especially with a Linux
> install.
> My short summary, distilled from the podling guide [1]
> Check out the website source:
> svn co incubator
> cd incubator/site-author/projects
> Then edit the openofficeorg.xml file.
> Then go back up to the incubator dir and run ant.  If no errors then
> check in your changes:
> svn commit
> Note that you will be checking in two files:  the source in
> incubator/site-author/projects as well as the generated html in
> incubator/site-publish/projects
> One that is done you need to check out the changed html into the
> production website:
> ssh
> cd /www/
> svn update
> When I did that the changes were not evident immediately on the
> website.    Maybe there is some caching involved.
> It would be good if a few other PPMC members gained familiarity with
> these steps so we can help keep this status page up to date. And all
> PPMC members should check that page and understand the kinds of things
> we should be tracking, and remind us when we've done something that
> should be mentioned there.
> In theory the "status of the clutch" page[2] is updated to reflect
> changes in the status report, such as new committers or existence of
> an issue tracker.  But this did not appear to happen.
> -Rob
> [1]
> [2]

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