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From Jean-Baptiste Onofre ...@nanthrax.net>
Subject Re: [Website] dropping some antique content?
Date Fri, 21 Aug 2020 07:33:35 GMT
Hi,

It sounds like a good idea to have legacy/attic folder. If after some months, we don’t have
any feedback, we will delete.

Regards
JB

> Le 21 août 2020 à 09:05, Romain Manni-Bucau <rmannibucau@gmail.com> a écrit
:
> 
> Is pushing all these legacy pages in a legacy/ folder (manually, does not
> need to be automatized) and if anyone complains about this lack then we add
> it back otherwise we just keep them hanging in a folder?
> 
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> Le ven. 21 août 2020 à 08:31, David Jencks <david.a.jencks@gmail.com> a
> écrit :
> 
>> There are some quite old pages in the website that are in html, about the
>> CT test results from the 0.2, 0.3, and 1.0.0 releases.  An example is
>> https://aries.apache.org/downloads/ct/0.3/org.osgi.test.cases.blueprint.html
>> <
>> https://aries.apache.org/downloads/ct/0.3/org.osgi.test.cases.blueprint.html>.
>> FWIW, the link to this page in the current site is broken.
>> 
>> Could we drop these?  I can convert them to appear in the Antora site, but
>> it would take a few hours and increase the compexity of the UI bundle, so
>> if there’s agreement to drop them as obsolete I’d rather not put in the
>> time.
>> 
>> I think this is all the relevant files in the current website:
>> 
>> /downloads/ct/current-release/org.osgi.test.cases.transaction.html
>> /downloads/ct/current-release/org.osgi.test.cases.blueprint.secure.html
>> /downloads/ct/current-release/org.osgi.test.cases.jmx.html
>> /downloads/ct/current-release/org.osgi.test.cases.jndi.html
>> /downloads/ct/current-release/org.osgi.test.cases.blueprint.html
>> /downloads/ct/current-release/org.osgi.test.cases.blueprint.java5.html
>> /downloads/ct/0.2-incubating/org.osgi.test.cases.transaction.html
>> /downloads/ct/0.2-incubating/org.osgi.test.cases.blueprint.secure.html
>> /downloads/ct/0.2-incubating/org.osgi.test.cases.jmx.html
>> /downloads/ct/0.2-incubating/org.osgi.test.cases.jndi.html
>> /downloads/ct/0.2-incubating/org.osgi.test.cases.blueprint.html
>> /downloads/ct/0.2-incubating/org.osgi.test.cases.blueprint.java5.html
>> /downloads/ct/0.2-incubating/testresults.html
>> /downloads/ct/0.3/org.osgi.test.cases.transaction.html
>> /downloads/ct/0.3/org.osgi.test.cases.blueprint.secure.html
>> /downloads/ct/0.3/org.osgi.test.cases.jmx.html
>> /downloads/ct/0.3/org.osgi.test.cases.jndi.html
>> /downloads/ct/0.3/org.osgi.test.cases.blueprint.html
>> /downloads/ct/0.3/org.osgi.test.cases.blueprint.java5.html
>> /downloads/ct/0.3/org.osgi.test.cases.jndi.secure.html
>> /downloads/ct/0.3/testresults.html
>> /downloads/ct/1.0.0/org.osgi.test.cases.transaction.html
>> /downloads/ct/1.0.0/org.osgi.test.cases.blueprint.secure.html
>> /downloads/ct/1.0.0/org.osgi.test.cases.jmx.html
>> /downloads/ct/1.0.0/org.osgi.test.cases.jpa.html
>> /downloads/ct/1.0.0/org.osgi.test.cases.jndi.html
>> /downloads/ct/1.0.0/org.osgi.test.cases.blueprint.html
>> /downloads/ct/1.0.0/org.osgi.test.cases.blueprint.java5.html
>> /downloads/ct/1.0.0/org.osgi.test.cases.jndi.secure.html
>> /downloads/ct/1.0.0/org.osgi.test.cases.jndi.43.html
>> 
>> 
>> The “current-release” ones don’t seem to be in the current
>> aries-antora-site repo, so I suspect they are not generated through CMS but
>> through some other unknown process. My impression of the svn website
>> publishing is that if someone just commits a page to it using some process
>> it stays forevermore unless it is explicitly removed.  Otherwise I made a
>> mistake somewhere.
>> 
>> Thanks
>> David Jencks


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