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From Matthias Seidel <matthias.sei...@hamburg.de>
Subject Re: [status] Static webside migration
Date Tue, 01 Oct 2019 20:15:43 GMT
Am 01.10.19 um 21:43 schrieb Matthias Seidel:
> Am 01.10.19 um 20:18 schrieb Marcus:
>> Am 01.10.19 um 19:31 schrieb Dave Fisher:
>>> Heads up that I’m starting to do the migration,
>>>
>>>> Repos name must start with OpenOffice.
>> thanks a lot for starting this beast of migration.
>>
>>>> I propose these:
>>>>
>>>> OpenOffice-DevWebsite
>>>> OpenOffice-OrgWebsite
>> May I ask you to use shorter names and all in lower case:
>>
>> ooo-dev-site
>> ooo-org-site
>>
>> I prefer this as it looks easier to remember and to use.
> +1
>
> Matthias

Thinking about it, we may have to use "openoffice" because of the GitHub
space, so

openoffice-dev-site
openoffice-org-site

would be my favorites.

Matthias

>
>> Thanks
>>
>> Marcus
>>
>>
>>
>>> I’ll be tackling the project site first.
>>>
>>> I plan to make use of https://S.apache.org/asfyaml so that we will
>>> have staging and production.
>>>
>>> I may use the Apache CMS scripts for page generation. Infra-VP does
>>> not have trouble with those being on a Jenkins or Buildbot node. I
>>> may use jBake which I’ve used with the Incubator site. It may use both.
>>>
>>> Changes will be done in GIT and the CMS WebGUI will not be used.
>>> Committers will be able to change the git repos. There will be
>>> instructions on the local build as well. I’m starting with the local
>>> build.
>>>
>>> This will take sometime.
>>>
>>> If someone wants to redesign our Websites Look & Feel then proposals
>>> welcome. I may play with it myself...
>>>
>>> Regards,
>>> Dave
>>>
>>>>> I have one more question. Jörg has mentioned that a lot of outside
>>>>> links point to the current web pages. What do we do with this? Do we
>>>>> make an announcement that this will happen and maybe give people some
>>>>> sort of hint to update their link lists?
>>>> If we track what we change then we can create https redirection rules.
>>>>
>>>> Best Regards,
>>>> Dave
>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> All the Best
>>>>>
>>>>> Peter
>>>>>
>>>>>> On 24.09.19 22:54, Dave Fisher wrote:
>>>>>> Hi Kay,
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I promised to look into this migration after Apachecon.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I’ve been thinking through a plan the last few days.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> See inline.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Sent from my iPhone
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> On Sep 24, 2019, at 1:38 PM, Kay Schenk <kay.schenk@gmail.com>
>>>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Hi --
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> The last item I saw on this topic was this one concerning the
new
>>>>>>> CMS
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> https://www.mail-archive.com/dev@openoffice.apache.org/msg36504.html
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> and I recall you mentioning at one point that it was desirable
to
>>>>>>> do some housecleaning on the www.openoffice.org web site due
to
>>>>>>> size and no longer pertinent information.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Some questions at this point --
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> * was a new "CMS" chosen? If so what is it and where can we find
>>>>>>> additional information?
>>>>>> Not exactly. Here is the plan.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> (1) Copy OpenOffice.apache.org svn to a new git repository.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> (2) Learn to use the new infra supported yaml tags to try a few
>>>>>> different build techniques. I am familiar with JBake from the
>>>>>> incubator build but Pelican is possible.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> (3) Finish the project site.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> (4) Rinse and repeat with the OpenOffice.org site
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> The current site, as Dave pointed out earlier, uses a lot of
the
>>>>>>> current CMS capabilities in terms of page rendering, dealing
with
>>>>>>> the many languages of the site etc. to render the static content.
>>>>>> We’ll figure that out.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> If someone wants to redesign the site we can work through it in
>>>>>> parallel.
>>>>>>> * How long will svn continue to function for both
>>>>>>> www.openoffice.org and openoffice.apache.org?
>>>>>> The CMS is fragile and if it falls down it could become a blocking
>>>>>> issue. Infra will warm is if things are immanent. I did discuss
>>>>>> our migration briefly with an infra person at ACNA19.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> * It seems it would be advantageous to do a LOT of housecleaning
>>>>>>> on www.openoffice.org before migration
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> I don't have ANY ideas about archiving www.openoffice.org. It
is
>>>>>>> quite large. I could certainly help in about a month with the
>>>>>>> "housecleaning" aspect of both sites assuming they remain svn
>>>>>>> accessible for a while. But I'm assuming we might want archives
>>>>>>> of both even before that. Yes?
>>>>>> Tag the SVN repository before starting its cleanup. Feel free to
>>>>>> keep a local copy.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I recommend doing cleanup on a local copy and checking in the
>>>>>> results.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> So, three parallel threads.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> (1) Cleanup
>>>>>> (2) Redesign if needed.
>>>>>> (3) Move to git and away from CMS
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Regards,
>>>>>> Dave
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> -- MzK
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> On 9/19/19 10:01 PM, Peter Kovacs wrote:
>>>>>>>> Hello all,
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Can everyone interested in this topic give a short status?
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Short ping on the current availability. And list any impediments
or
>>>>>>>> difficulties that he currently sees where others can help
with.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> I would very much like to see this take some drive. And I
would
>>>>>>>> love to
>>>>>>>> see George delivering something, so we can review committer
>>>>>>>> status in
>>>>>>>> the near future. (As I do with any other volunteer knocking
on
>>>>>>>> our door.)
>>
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