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From Roy Lenferink <rlenfer...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [VOTE] Switch celix.a.o from svn to git
Date Thu, 03 Jan 2019 11:48:35 GMT
That's indeed a thing we still need to fix. The readme for the subprojects
needs to be fixed anyway, as it points to a set of wrong links [1]. I'll
fix this this evening.
Right now, the documentation on the website is retrieved from the master
branch, and I think that's what we should continue doing. This means when a
new version of Celix will be released, the markdown files on the site will
be updated as well.

Another improvement can be to offer the documentation from the develop
branch as well, so the 'visitor' can select which version of the
documentation he/she wants to view (for example using a dropdown with the
available versions: latest, 2.1.0, 2.0.0, etc...).

- Roy


Op do 3 jan. 2019 om 07:55 schreef gerritbinnenmars <

> Good work Roy. Can you have a short look at the documentation of
> subprojects. I get an error on these.
> Greetings Gerrit
> -------- Oorspronkelijk bericht --------Van: Roy Lenferink <
> rlenferink@apache.org> Datum: 02-01-19  23:51  (GMT+01:00) Aan:
> dev@celix.apache.org Onderwerp: [VOTE] Switch celix.a.o from svn to git
> Hi all,
> This is a vote for switching the Celix website [1] from the current svn
> pubsub to a new git pubsub approach. Regarding this message [2] changes
> were applied which makes the celix-site repository compliant with the git
> pubsub approach (asf-site branch containing 'content' directory containing
> the generated static site).
> The advantages of moving over to git:
> - It will be easier for contributors to submit a patch to the Celix
> website. Right now they have to checkout the svn repository and attach a
> patch to a JIRA ticket.
> - It is easier for committers to apply patches. Committers can just merge a
> pull request using the web interface instead of applying a patch using a
> command-line interface.
> - And it will be easier to get documentation from the main Celix repository
> listed on the website.
> I can't think of any disadvantages and therefore I'd like to start a vote
> on moving over. If no-one objects within 72 hours, I'll assume lazy
> consensus and I'll create a ticket with INFRA to move over the site.
> +1 from me.
> - Roy
> [1] https://celix.apache.org/
> [2]
> https://lists.apache.org/thread.html/2bdabe5492eb105a034bfbd2febe14e2bfaa4ffd0f5da0bb4cd6918b@%3Cdev.celix.apache.org%3E

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