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From Ted Husted <>
Subject Re: [Lucene-dev] Movement of source to Jakarta
Date Tue, 18 Sep 2001 12:35:21 GMT
The Website as it stands is checked in. It was setup using Jon's HOWTO

The only trick is that you will usually login to to
commit to the CVS, but to update the Website from CVS you need to login
to instead, and then follow the instructions on the
HOWTO ("Modification of the Website").

Just to be clear, I don't think running the FAQ Manager Perl script on
Jakarta is an option. If you want to host it offsite, that's fine. There
is also the Jyve FAQ application on Jakarta, which some of the products

The HOWTO's for the Jakarta CVS are at the very bottom of

You should have received your account information by email (via your
SourceForge account) from Brian B. If anyone who was on the committer
list at SourceForge did not receive a login, let us know.

Jason is handled the source code portion, and I don't know the status of


Tal Dayan wrote:
> Hi Ted,
> I guess we can keep the FAQ on SF unless there is something unethical
> with it.
> Currently the Lucene site is checked in the CVS and then we run a script
> to retrieve the latest version from the CVS. I presume we can do the same
> using the CVS on the Jakarta server and using anonymous CVS to update the
> site. This the sources of the FAQ are always available for people to
> download
> and we can easily switch from one CGI server to another.
> I have not played with the Jakarta CVS yet. Please let us know when the
> files
> are checked in the Jakarta depot (you may want to seperate the FAQ files
> from the
> rest of the site since it will be served by a seprate server and will not
> be part of the site).
> Thanks,
> Tal

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