Thanks Allen for the comment.
Yes, it can be done without creating another git repo.

In the near future, I'd like to enable CI job to push the site
to asf-site branch automatically when the site source is changed.

If we have a separate repository for web site,

Pro: CI job can detect the change of the site source easily.
Con: We need to manage the two different repositories.

Now I'm okay with not creating another repo.
I'm thinking the following procedures may work:

1. Create ./asf-site directory
2. Add the content of to the 
3. Generate web pages and push them to asf-site branch
4. Create a CI job to run 3. automatically when ./asf-site directory is changed


On 2017/08/07 23:06, Allen Wittenauer wrote:

On Aug 7, 2017, at 3:53 AM, Akira Ajisaka <> wrote:

I'll ask INFRA to create a git repository if there are no objections.

        There's no need to create a git repo.  They just need to know to pull 
the website from the asf-site branch.

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