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From Peter <j...@zeus.net.au>
Subject Re: site overhaul
Date Tue, 15 Nov 2016 03:06:36 GMT
Thanks Zsolt,

Great to see much needed attention on our website!

Cheers,

Peter.

On 14/11/2016 6:31 AM, Zsolt Kúti wrote:
> Hello,
>
> The rework of our site has reached the point where it is worth reviewing.
>
> Changes involve:
> - Bootstrap and 'Spacelab' theme for it by Bootswatch is now used
> - menu and page contents are more or less reorganized
> - file structure reflects above
> - links have been verified and modified whenever needed
> - some new contents added
>
>
> The site content for preview is available here:
> https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BxgZS3Pgyq9vTDNTaUVndVUwMlU
>
> Download and unzip it, and start a local http server with the 'content' dir
> as root.
> To save bandwidth API doc is temporally removed.
>
>
> Because IMO these type of changes by a non-commiter is not what Apache CMS
> system is designed for, I decided to work on and build the site locally. So
> I am now only providing the output of build from source.
> As soon as we find the content to be sufficiently settled the sources can
> be transferred to our repo as agreed on.
>
>
> While there is still room for polishing, I think this now close to be
> publishable.
> Some items for the todo list I am aware of:
> - align River logo, search field with the menu
> - more visible color for intro text
> - 3.0 artifacts availability
> - Dan Creswel's blog was a great source of Jini and other materilas, but
> now unavailable; get info on that
> - jini.org: status?
> - success stories: some links do not work; we need to collect more known
> cases (Gigaspaces?)
> - https://wiki.apache.org/river/JOW_Getting_Started is outdated, what to do
> with it
> - cookbook is feeble, needs more or let leave it out
> - in general overviewing, enriching and correcting content is badly needed
>
>
> Cheers,
> Zsolt
>


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