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Re: [Rdo-list] Better CMS for rdoproject.org WAS Re: Bugzilla component for website?

On 03/16/2015 01:10 PM, Michael Scherer wrote:
Le lundi 16 mars 2015 à 17:44 +0100, Kashyap Chamarthy a écrit :
On Mon, Mar 16, 2015 at 05:06:11PM +0100, Alan Pevec wrote:
If the website was actually built from content hosted at
this repository it would make more sense (and I think we *should* be
producing the website this way, although I don't believe we're doing
that right now).

Parts of the site are:
https://www.rdoproject.org/packaging/ is generated from
and the rest is wiki but it is a good suggestion to replace it with a
light-weight CMS backed by git.

IIRC, community.redhat.com runs on Middleman, which is light-weight,
static and `git` based run by the OSAS team at Red Hat. We could
probably use something like that?


I have a ready to deploy ansible task for a automated builder ( even if
I am looking more and more on using jenkins or something similar )

We are using this for project atomic, for gluster and

And we (osas) are looking at a converter from mediawiki to middleman,
for the ovirt project.

We talked, a year ago, about moving the site to middleman. At the time, the sentiment was that we wanted to keep it in a wiki, for ease of participation from the community. I don't know that that's a valid argument any more, since, from looking at the Mediawiki stats, it's generally the same dozen people making edits all the time, and there are a number of enhancements that we can make to the entire site experience if we move to middleman.

It's definitely worth looking at again, and would let us keep all of this stuff in revision control rather than having it in SPOF database.

Rich Bowen - rbowen redhat com
OpenStack Community Liaison

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