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Re: Website

If you noted because its using jekyll i could use github pages.
One option is you could host it on asf git, have the github clone like we do with code and then use github pages, simply asking infra to have the sub domain point to the github pages. Not sure if thats allowed or not, but if it is probably easiest.

Sent from my Samsung Galaxy smartphone.
-------- Original message --------From: Bruce Snyder <bruce.snyder@xxxxxxxxx> Date: 02/10/2018  21:11  (GMT+00:00) To: dev@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: Re: Website 
Great job, MIchael! I like the look of this site.

There's certainly work to be done as you mentioned, so I don't think it can
take the place of the current site 100% just yet. I agree that it does not
need to be perfect, but we need to provide an easy way to find the
information we know exists via search functionality or something.

The first action should be to move the source into an ASF git repo so that
everyone has access to it, allowing others to contribute. This will allow
us to deploy straight from the git repo at some point, too.

Has anyone recently investigated how to deploy a static website from a git
repo to the sub-domain at the ASF? If not, I will dig into it.


On Tue, Oct 2, 2018 at 8:40 AM michael.andre.pearce
<michael.andre.pearce@xxxxxx.invalid> wrote:

> Hi all,
> I just wanted to get the ball rolling again on this discussion, we've made
> some great progress made on the initial code base we started a while back,
> we've created a responsive
>  design based on bootstrap which looks pretty nice on both mobile and
> desktop, bringing us into 2018 ;).  All the content was exported from the
> current site by Bruce already, and now lives under the documentation link
> on the ActiveMQ 5 project page.
> There's obviously still some work to do but I wanted to send now to get
> some early feedback and hopefully get some input on content for the home
> pages for each project.  What
>  do need to have happen to make this live.  I'd prefer not to spend months
> trying to get this perfect, but if we could get an MVP for the website live
> and kicking, we can improve it iteratively over time.
> I'd love to here your thoughts,
> The code is here:
> And a demo
> Regards
> Michael
> Sent from my Samsung Galaxy smartphone.

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