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From Jeremias Maerki <...@jeremias-maerki.ch>
Subject Re: [NOTICE] xml-site CVS repository to be migrated to SVN
Date Wed, 12 Oct 2005 13:22:54 GMT
The XML site has been migrated and I've updated it today according to
the notes cited below. I've also already deployed the updated XML
website. It should show up after the next rsync.

XML subprojects: Don't forget to remove the old CVS working copy and
to replace it with an SVN checkout the next time you update the
subproject website.

Migrated (sub)projects: Please consider deploying your project websites
under the new subdomains next time you update the site. When you do that
please remove the old site and replace it with a .htaccess file as
described below.

A note for those using Stylebook: Stylebook has also been migrated to
SVN! Consider migrating to Apache Forrest. ;-)

If there's anything, I'm around. :-)

On 06.10.2005 16:33:37 Jeremias Maerki wrote:
> The xml-site CVS module is about to be migrated to SVN shortly. This has
> some effects on website deployment for websites under
> http://xml.apache.org. Currently, all the generated websites are
> uploaded under the targets directory in the xml-site repository and
> updated on cvs.apache.org using a CVS update.
> 
> I strongly suggest to the Xerces and Xalan projects to deploy their
> subproject websites under their subdomain and instead add ".htaccess"
> files under xml.apache.org, like the other TLP-promoted projects have
> done, to redirect visitors to the new location. Examples of .htaccess
> files can be found for FOP, Batik, Cocoon, Forrest etc. FOP's .htaccess
> file looks like this:
> 
> RedirectPermanent /fop http://xmlgraphics.apache.org/fop
> 
> Using Forrest 0.7 to create the xml.apache.org site and having had good
> experiences for the XML Graphics and FOP sites, I'm going to change the
> xml.apache.org deployment to use (local) ForrestBot. The generated site
> will not be committed to the SVN repository anymore, but directly
> uploaded using SCP to cvs.apache.org:/www/xml.apache.org. If someone
> doesn't agree with that, please tell me. The other subproject sites can
> still be uploaded to the targets directory (only now through SVN which
> will take some manual work on minotaur).
> 
> As soon as the SVN migration is completed I'm going to:
> - update the xml.apache.org site
> - remove the obsolete FOP website from the targets directory.
> - remove the obsolete SOAP website (now found here: http://ws.apache.org/soap/)
> - remove the obsolete XMLBeans website (now found here: http://xmlbeans.apache.org/)
> - document the new deployment process
> - help anyone who gets stuck
> 
> I won't touch the other XML subproject sites unless asked to.
> 
> The xml.apache.org site will be located here after the migration:
> https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/xml/site/
> 
> Check out using: svn co https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/xml/site/
> 
> Jeremias Maerki


Jeremias Maerki


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