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From David Crossley <>
Subject Re: [RT] Super Simple Site Generation Tool
Date Mon, 02 Jan 2006 02:14:00 GMT
Ross Gardler wrote:
> Mads Toftum wrote:
> >Justin Erenkrantz wrote:
> >
> >>The fact that we have to rely on a human being means to me (and probably
> >>where Mads is coming from) that the entire workflow is broken.  -- justin
> >>
> >
> >Exactly! Depending on a 3rd party as part of the process is what really
> >blows my mind. I also begin to understand part of the frustration on
> >Davids side for spending so much time keeping an unappreciated workflow
> >up and running.
> There is no need to depend on a third party, any commiter can do it.
> See the instrcutions for publishing the Forrest site (very small set of 
> instructions):
> (NB I'm not sure if David has set it up like this here or not, but it is 
> easy to do so)

What Ross is suggesting is to enable each committer at
Incubator to use a local forrestbot. No i have not yet
enabled that for Incubator. If people think that it will
help, then sure.

However the current procedure is still simple enough:
Esentially the same two steps that a local forrestbot
would do: 'build', allow you to review, then 'deploy'.

> ---
> What's really interesting is that even on the Forrest project we have 
> this same problem. Even though David has worked really hard to make 
> publishing so easy and even though everyone in the Forrest committer 
> list knows Forrest very well, it is still very rare that anyone else 
> actually does this publication - David is tireless for us too.
> ======================================================================
> My point (others have made this same point)?
> It is irrelevant how easy you make the process - people just don't do it!
> ======================================================================
> Ross

Yes it is fascinating and puzzling.


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