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From sebb <>
Subject Re: JMeter releases vs manual steps
Date Thu, 14 Mar 2019 11:39:35 GMT
On Thu, 14 Mar 2019 at 08:10, Vladimir Sitnikov
<> wrote:
> I see "vote" mail includes links to a "preview" website.
> I guess it is documented with white letters in ReleaseCreation.
> I see the following options:
> A) Push "preview" via sftp (~
> )

OK, but there is no SSH access to which makes things harder.

> B) Push "preview" to GitHub pages site for ASF GitBox-hosted repository
>  (Infra can enable ).
> C) Push "preview" to . I'm
> not sure if it is sane though.


However it would be OK to push to a directory under:

Might be worth pushing a small test site to see how it behaves in a browser.

> D) Add "version selector" to the main site and push site updates from a
> builds.a.o job right to the main site. For instance, PostgreSQL
> documentation has a link to "devel" version which is something close to
> "documentation right from the current HEAD":

That would be OK, so long as it was very clear that the docs are for
unreleased code.
And/or don't link to the main site, so it can only be found if you know the URL.

> It looks like Milamber follows "A", however we might want to have
> up-to-date preview as well, not just "once upon RC". I don't really like
> the idea to automate sftp either.
> C does not seem right.
> D might look like an ultimate solution, however it does require non-trivial
> work to build multi-versioned site, so I would not consider it for now.
> This leaves something behind the lines of B.
> Then we have
> B.1) "asf-site" branch to publish (which is what ASF
> suggests)
> B.2) "gh-pages" branch to publish (==we ask
> Infra to enable GitHub pages for gh-pages branch) which becomes our
> "preview"
> Apache Jenkins has "git-websites" (see
> ) label for the machines that
> have "push" rights, so we can keep "gh-pages" up to date.
> Any other suggestions?

See above.

> Vladimir

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