Getting a sub-domain isn't a big deal. We just have to request it from
Apache Infra. I doubt that getting a domain name hosted elsewhere with the
"apache" name it will fly, though.
The current site is actually managed by a static-site generator using
markdown. I've jerry-rigged it so that if you post a .html file it won't
mess with it, so you can use FlexJS to generate a page and post it on our
On Thu, Aug 10, 2017 at 3:54 AM, Olaf Krueger <p...@olafkrueger.net> wrote:
> Hi Piotr,
> >As for the examples maybe it's worth to put them into FlexJS Tour where
> Peter start initial work .
> Is this FlexJS Tour already hosted anywhere as a live demo?
> >Anyone know whether we could take from Apache some new domain or how to
> it as subpage of our website?
> Would be great to have apacheflexjs.org and flexjs.org.
> One long term idea is to use some of these static site generators out there
> to create a shiny website.
> I think a static site is much easier to maintain and it's free of any
> >I will start slowly fill MDL part.
> If you'll start I suggest to do it in the same way like the MDL demo:
> They grouped components by its concern and put all components of a group on
> one page with a table of content at the top of the page.
> Regarding the demos, I remember some discussions with Alex with the
> conclusion that it might be better to provide a particular demo by using
> just one file. So it could be easily copied and paste.
> So at the end, we should provide some explanation, mxml, screenshots and a
> link to a working demo for each particular component.
> I'll try to create an example tonight which could be used as template
> Enjoy your vacation!
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