In our IRC meeting we decided to keep our www repo as-is for now, and whenever someone has time for creating something new we would change to some static page generator.
I've already imported www.git to salsa, s.d.o/qt-kde-team/www From what I understood from https://wiki.debian.org/Salsa/Doc#Quick_start we currently *only* can push already-processed webpages: Note: Even though we plan to support simple page generators like Jekyll or Hugo in the future, in most cases, you should content yourself with the HTML template, and generate the pages locally to push them afterward, in order to save the resources on the runner. Some templates might require commands not available on the server anyway. The HTML template reads: # This file is a template...<snip "please edit" notice> # Full project: https://gitlab.com/pages/plain-html pages: stage: deploy script: - mkdir .public - cp -r * .public - mv .public public artifacts: paths: - public only: - master So if I understand correctly we could go ahead with what we currenlty have by running genweb.sh and committing *also* the generated pages in the output directory to git, then just modifying the cp line above to get the contents from output. So before going ahead, does someone has any issues wrt this? Any better ideas? Cheers! -- Lo que me sorprende de las mujeres es que se arrancan los pelos desde la raíz con cera caliente y aún así le temen a las arañas. Jerry Seinfeld lis: comentario sobre tu frase.... yo soy mujer, yo me arranco los pelos y VOS le tenes miedo a las arañas.... María Luján Pérez Meyer (mi hermana) Lisandro Damián Nicanor Pérez Meyer http://perezmeyer.com.ar/ http://perezmeyer.blogspot.com/
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