On 1/2/16 at 3:11 PM, mmeri...@gmail.com (Michael Merickel) pronounced:
Hey everyone, I'm starting the discussion (which I hope is very quick) about what to do with our public websites. Right now we have: - docs.pylonsproject.org (docs, hosted on rtd) - docs.pylonsproject.org/projects (hosted on rtd) - www.pylonsproject.org (ppo, hosted somewhere controlled by blaise/ben) - trypyramid.com (tpc, hosted somewhere I have no idea) - webob.org (hosted somewhere I have no idea) - docs.webob.org (hosted on rtd) I think Blaise is the only person with access to DNS configurations but I'm not really sure. I'd like to propose moving several sites over to github pages for easier management and update the DNS records with CNAME records to the github pages sites. All of the sites are static and it would allow master to be always live, as well as control deployment permissions via the standard github.com/Pylons membership levels. The sites I'd like to see updated are: - www.pylonsproject.org - trypyramid.com - webob.org Can anyone give me a reason to not go this route?
+1, but with a concern for the non-doc/HTML-only/marketing sites. How do we preview proposed changes with as much ease as deploying to a production environment?
Taking trypyramid.com as an example, I could set up a CNAME of trypyramid.stevepiercy.com, and point it at a particular branch of stevepiercy/tpc before submitting a PR to Pylons/tpc. But this would raise a bar for new individual contributions.
Perhaps we declare a branch 'dev' or 'staging' for reviewing proposed changes, and set up a CNAME for each marketing website?
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