On 13.04.2013 00:00, Kasim Ahmic wrote:
That's a pretty cool idea. Considering the space allotted for it I
think only 1 article would be enough. If I see that one article has
changed I would go to the news feed to read more news :).
Well we'll see when we actually implement it. I'll most likely have to
use PHP for that which I have next to no knowledge about so it'll have
to wait until we can get someone to help me out there.
If possible, I'd like to see a system that only uses whatever language
to generate the site if there is an actual change. Anything important
that is served to the user should be static, i.e. the site should
continue working except for changes when we just plainly remove
PHP/Python/Perl/Ruby/Go from the server or have to disable any dynamic
features temporarily (0-day, anyone? ;) temporarily.
The current system is template files that are checked into Git and are
run through make and python to create the static html files which get
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