Ok ... I just noticed that if you do it that way Chrome complained about "unsecure scripts" (I don't get that message when accessing the files otherwise. I had to enable those scripts to get the menus and carousel working.
Chris ________________________________ Von: Alex Harui <aha...@adobe.com> Gesendet: Mittwoch, 12. Oktober 2016 19:45:54 An: email@example.com Betreff: Re: AW: [Website] Progress on the Website-Generation topic I'm seeing emails titled "Automatic Site Publish by Buildbot". Are you sure we can't see the buildbot output? I think you'd get more feedback if folks don't have to bring down the repos and set it up. -Alex On 10/12/16, 10:39 AM, "Christofer Dutz" <christofer.d...@c-ware.de> wrote: >Hi Alex, > > >Currently there is no such place, where you can just go with the browser, >but just clone the flex-site repo and checkout the "asf-site" branch and >you should have the working version locally. > > >Just open index.html with your favorite browser :-) > > >At least I just checked exactly that path and it worked as expected. > > >Chris > >________________________________ >Von: Alex Harui <aha...@adobe.com> >Gesendet: Mittwoch, 12. Oktober 2016 18:31:05 >An: firstname.lastname@example.org >Betreff: Re: [Website] Progress on the Website-Generation topic > >Is there a URL we can go to and see the results of this workflow? > >-Alex > >On 10/12/16, 5:48 AM, "Christofer Dutz" <christofer.d...@c-ware.de> wrote: > >>Hi, >> >> >>I just wanted to post, that I have finished setting up a new version of >>the Website. The source is located in the "maven-site" branch of the >>"flex-site.git" repository. >> >> >>This is a Maven build which produces the Website using the >>maven-site-plugin and the reflow-site plugin to render a responsive >>version of the website using bootstrap (Seems that this is pretty similar >>to the original version). >> >> >>I migrated all the ".cmsPage" files I needed to Markdown format and >>removed unnecessary html code inside. I think the code is a lot cleaner >>and easier to maintain. >> >> >>Currently the site does look a little different than the original, but >>I'm no CSS guru. I invested about 5 full days in migrating things to the >>current point and think we should start discussing if fine-tuning makes >>sense (I don't see any sense in investing more time and then we decide >>not to use it) >> >> >>The current workflow is that you checkout the "maven-site" branch >>(eventually apply your changes) and do a "mvn clean site" build. This >>will produce the website content in the "target/site" directory. Here you >>can have a look at the content which is produced. If you are satisfied >>with your changes, you commit and push them and a buildbot build-job I >>configured (what was quite a task) will run the same build and push the >>generated content to the "asf-site" branch in the same git repo >>(Currently you should be able to have a look at the generated content, by >>checking out that branch). >> >> >>As soon as we are happy with the new version, all we have to do is to >>tell Infra to sync the "asf-site" branch with their website repo and the >>website is online. >> >> >>I also documented the procedure of auto-building the website on the >>website itself as an additional page under Documentation "Contributing to >>the Flex Website". >> >> >>So I'm ready for some feedback ;-) >> >> >>Chris >