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From David Blevins <david.blev...@visi.com>
Subject Re: Web site
Date Sat, 02 Dec 2006 01:50:03 GMT
Hi.  I can tell you a bit about the OpenEJB auto export setup.   

Our template is here: http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/incubator/ 

The publishing is a bit ad-hoc and somewhat manual still, but it's  
better than nothing.

For people who don't have shell access to cwiki, Jeff Turner has a  
cron script that rsyncs all the autoexport generated data from cwiki  
to his home dir on people.   I have a similar cron script that rsyncs  
from his dir to incubator.a.o./openejb.  Here's that script:



NEWEST="$(ls -t $LAST /home/jefft/public_html/confluence/OPENEJB/* |  
grep -m1 '^')"

if [ "$NEWEST" != "$LAST" ]; then
/usr/local/bin/rsync -tvr /home/jefft/public_html/confluence/OPENEJB/ 
* /www/incubator.apache.org/openejb/

touch "$LAST"

I run that once an hour.

The base site -- images, stylesheets, presentations, and other  
goodies -- is all entirely in svn and I periodically update svn  
manually with the latest generated content.

About once a week I hop onto cwiki and have autoexport regenerate all  
the content again.  This takes care of the dynamic content in  
confluence like rss or jira data.

The template we use has some good macros at the top, that's the more  
important part.  The html is fairly old -- it's only been tweaked  
since it was originally created 6-7 years ago.  With better  
stylesheets you can do the same without endless sea of tables.  But  
it doesn't take much to plum in the dynamic content into an existing  
html template.

I do like the servicemix site too, that'd be a great template to yank  
if you just wanted something small and clean to get started.

Hope this helps.


On Dec 1, 2006, at 6:54 AM, Johnson, Eric wrote:

> Confluence has an export to HTML feature that can be used to export  
> the
> content to a static site.
> The default export is not too pretty, but it is functional. You can
> customize it to look pretty good. See
> http://servicemix.org/site/home.html and http:// 
> geronimo.apache.org/ for
> examples.
> Perhaps one of their committers would be willing to pitch in and help
> get the export looking better?
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Carl Trieloff [mailto:cctrieloff@redhat.com]
>> Sent: Friday, December 01, 2006 9:17 AM
>> To: Marnie McCormack
>> Cc: qpid-dev@incubator.apache.org
>> Subject: Re: Web site
>> Marnie McCormack wrote:
>>> Hi Carl,
>>> Apologies if there's anything I've misunderstood .....
>>> Imho we should look to export from Confluence to generate
>> static web
>>> content (see JIRA
>> http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/QPID-99), so we
>>> can keep rework to a minimum on the content for the web site.
>> yes this is what I would like to do, I would like to create a
>> set of frames and menus etc that look really good, and then
>> pull 90% of the content but linking to it from cwiki. This
>> might mean we need to structure the cwiki stuff a bit better.
>> So I expect that we will do all the text, but would like to
>> get professional help to get the look and feel, and
>> portal-ing to cwiki content working very smoothly.
>> Carl.
>>> Be great to have some professional input, but maybe we can use the
>>> text we already have to keep the maintenance low ?
>>> Hope I'm on the same page :-)
>>> Regards,
>>> Marnie
>>> On 11/30/06, *Carl Trieloff* <cctrieloff@redhat.com
>>> <mailto:cctrieloff@redhat.com>> wrote:
>>>     When we get to the point that we release M1 we should
>> update our web
>>>     site, it is
>>>     located at http://incubator.apache.org/qpid/.  I would like to
>>>     link the
>>>     wiki from
>>>     this site as much as possible. To that end I would like to move
>>>     some of
>>>     the content
>>>     around on the wiki to better facilitate that. For
>> example quite a
>>>     bit of
>>>     the doc/FAQ
>>>     etc is common between the different clients and
>> brokers, so many just
>>>     index/ structuring
>>>     work.
>>>     In addition I am by no means a web designer, to that
>> end if there
>>>     are no
>>>     objections
>>>     I would like to raise a request internally to our
>> design team do a
>>>     version 2 of the
>>>     web site for us and contribute that back to the project
>> under a JIRA.
>>>     If there are other ideas fire away,
>>>     Carl.

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