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From Pat Ferrel <>
Subject Re: Is there any website documentation repository or tool for Apache Mahout?
Date Thu, 17 Apr 2014 17:52:01 GMT

the project uses Confluence for the wiki. All but commiters are blocked from editing pages.

This is getting increasingly frustrating. How many tickets and patches are being passed around
now? I can’t follow them all. I haven’t used Confluence for 4-5 years now but there must
be some way to allow edits and new pages from anyone pending approval to publish?

On Apr 17, 2014, at 4:47 AM, tuxdna <> wrote:

I have seen the instructions here[1], but I am not sure if there is
any source-code for the documentation for website.

So here are my questions:

* Does Apache Mahout project use any tool to generate website
documentation as it is now ?

* Suppose I want to add some correction or edition to current Apache
Mahout documentation. Can I get a read-only access to the source of
website, so that I can immediately see how the edits will reflect once
there are accepted?

I was thinking in terms of the way GitHub pages work. For example if I
use Jekyll, I can view the changes on my machine, exactly as the will
appear on final website.



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