[CentOS-devel] Staging CentOS website redesign

Rich Bowen

rbowen at redhat.com
Wed Apr 29 18:22:23 UTC 2020

I'd like to once again bring this thread to the attention of the board. 
What is the process for making this happen? Who has the authority to say 
go/no-go on this?

Alain presented this to us on 9 Feb and again on 18 March, and received 
very little feedback from anyone.

As one of the people who regularly edits the website, I am 
enthusiastically +1 on both the new design, and on the new Jekyll-based 

I'd like to hear +1/-1 and comments from the community, but particularly 
from the Board, regarding whether Alain and the Infra team have approval 
to move forward with this.



On 3/18/20 4:23 PM, Rich Bowen wrote:
> A big +1 from me, and thank you to Alain (and everyone else!) for the 
> work on the Jekyll-based site upgrade.
> On 3/18/20 1:58 PM, Alain Reguera Delgado wrote:
>> Hi everyone,
>> Along the CentOS Logo redesign effort recently mentioned by Tuomas, I
>> would like you to know the availability of https://www.stg.centos.org/,
>> the place where changes pushed to the staging branch of
>> https://github.com/areguera/centos-jekyll-sites are made visible for
>> you to test on-line.
>> I encourage you all interested in CentOS website redesign to look at
>> https://www.stg.centos.org/ and use
>> https://github.com/areguera/centos-jekyll-sites to open issues or even
>> better create merge requests.
>> A big thank you to Fabian Arrotin for making the staging site online
>> and create the github connection that keeps content up-to-date in a
>> pretty fast way. Also to all of you that one way or another contribute
>> to make CentOS a better place.
>> Best regards,
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