[CentOS-docs] How GSoC project can fit in to CentOS Docs

Mon Aug 3 19:52:05 UTC 2015
Fabian Arrotin <arrfab at centos.org>

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On 03/08/15 18:23, kunaal jain wrote:
> Would start with the note that the basic project is complete. I
> would be releasing the prototype on a separate thread. But for the
> discussion sake the workflow will look like this : Authors
> contribute content in markdown format, on github. The pull request
> created gets mirrored to pagure thus saving dependency on github. 
> Also the PR content is built using CI to preview how it looks. The
> PR is two way synced between the platforms, so that individual can 
> use pagure or github. Once staff approves the post, website is
> built and deployed.

So, trying to understand the goal : can you define what you mean by
"website is built and deployed" ? Do you mean you produce MoinMoin
compatible syntax and sorted by categories/hierarchy, to then be
automatically synced to wiki.centos.org ?
Or do you mean another (and so parallel) website ?

Wrt pagure, I admit I looked at it and found it cool, plus I know
Pierre-Yves (hey !). But wondering if adding
yet-another-git-server-plus-layer is the way to go in our infra, while
all centos git repositories are hosted on a "gitblit powered" server
(on git.centos.org)

Is that possible to  have an overview of the infra and goals (aka the
architecture) of this GSoC doc project ? that would help
understanding, as I agree that I'm currently lost, and I'm probably
not the only one, also the reason for that thread :-)

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