Re: [NTG-context] contextgarden.net

2010-12-18 Thread Vnpenguin
On Fri, Dec 17, 2010 at 11:26, Patrick Gundlach patr...@gundla.ch wrote:
 Hi,

 I have mentioned it at the last context conference: I am looking for a person 
 (or a group) to take over the server contextgarden.net. Not only the wiki or 
 the modules section or ..., but the complete server.

 I have started everything more then seven years ago and we (= you) have all 
 made it possible that contextgarden.net is now used by more then 500 unique 
 visitors each day (the wiki alone). The average time a user spends on the 
 wiki is three and a half minute (according to the stats, but this is 
 inaccurate, of course), I think that is pretty good!

 But as usual in a setting like this, I have shifted my focus. This does not 
 mean I like ConTeXt less then several years ago! By no means! But I am too 
 busy with my new job and my family so there is pretty much no server 
 maintenance (except for a reboot once in a while).

 I really hope that someone steps in and I can hand over all the 
 files/databases and the domain name before the next conference.

 Not that some parts are already maintained by other people: most prominently 
 the minimals are done by Mojca with help of Arthur (I hope I've got it right).

 Patrick


Why not move all to Sourceforge.net ?

Just my two cent
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Re: [NTG-context] contextgarden.net

2010-12-18 Thread Mojca Miklavec
On Sat, Dec 18, 2010 at 10:12, Vnpenguin wrote:

 Why not move all to Sourceforge.net ?

Apart from being ugly, sourceforge doesn't even come close to the
desired functionality of contextgarden.net. The garden is in
suboptimal state, but moving to sourceforge wouldn't simplify the
things in any single way.

It's not so much about doing regular server maintainance (which is
very low once the server is set up), but about implementing new
creative ideas. Improving application for modules, implement new
features on wiki, creating some safe environment to enable running
mkiv on the server, maintaining some version control of ConTeXt,
improve and update source browser, improving reference for commands
(both develop the application as well as adding descriptions) etc.
etc. etc.

I don't know what sourceforge supports and what it doesn't, but I
don't believe that I could get ssh access, consume 40 GB of disk
space, run arbitrary cronjobs and offer rsync access to start with
(all needed for minimals).

Mojca
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Re: [NTG-context] contextgarden.net

2010-12-18 Thread Taco Hoekwater

On 12/18/2010 10:36 AM, Mojca Miklavec wrote:


I don't know what sourceforge supports and what it doesn't, but I
don't believe that I could get ssh access, consume 40 GB of disk
space, run arbitrary cronjobs and offer rsync access to start with
(all needed for minimals).


And on top of that all, I want to repeat the ugliness argument :)

Best wishes,
Taco
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Re: [NTG-context] contextgarden.net

2010-12-18 Thread Vedran Miletić
2010/12/18 Mojca Miklavec mojca.miklavec.li...@gmail.com

 creating some safe environment to enable running
 mkiv on the server,


I'm actually working on this specifically. It will
Python/Django/PostgreSQL-based and it will (hopefully) be ready before
summer semester starts here, which is 1.3.2011. We will use it inside of a
virtual machine, so I can't speak for security.

Regards,

Vedran Miletić
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Re: [NTG-context] contextgarden.net

2010-12-18 Thread Daniel Grycman

 It's not so much about doing regular server maintainance (which is
 very low once the server is set up), but about implementing new
 creative ideas. Improving application for modules, implement new
 features on wiki, creating some safe environment to enable running
 mkiv on the server, maintaining some version control of ConTeXt,
 improve and update source browser, improving reference for commands
 (both develop the application as well as adding descriptions) etc.
 etc. etc.

Sound interesting to me to participate :-).

Daniel
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Re: [NTG-context] contextgarden.net

2010-12-18 Thread Hans Hagen

On 18-12-2010 12:14, Daniel Grycman wrote:



It's not so much about doing regular server maintainance (which is
very low once the server is set up), but about implementing new
creative ideas. Improving application for modules, implement new
features on wiki, creating some safe environment to enable running
mkiv on the server, maintaining some version control of ConTeXt,
improve and update source browser, improving reference for commands
(both develop the application as well as adding descriptions) etc.
etc. etc.


Sound interesting to me to participate :-).


Question for mojca: will the garden eventually move to your new context 
server?


Hans

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Re: [NTG-context] contextgarden.net

2010-12-18 Thread Mojca Miklavec
On Sat, Dec 18, 2010 at 13:56, Hans Hagen wrote:

 Question for mojca: will the garden eventually move to your new context
 server?

That depends on the main maintainer. We have 2TB disk space. I cannot
speak about uptime yet, but the admins are sometimes willing to run to
institute at 3am when something of high priority happens (this server
probably doesn't count as high priority, but still).

Mojca
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[NTG-context] contextgarden.net

2010-12-17 Thread Patrick Gundlach
Hi,

I have mentioned it at the last context conference: I am looking for a person 
(or a group) to take over the server contextgarden.net. Not only the wiki or 
the modules section or ..., but the complete server.

I have started everything more then seven years ago and we (= you) have all 
made it possible that contextgarden.net is now used by more then 500 unique 
visitors each day (the wiki alone). The average time a user spends on the wiki 
is three and a half minute (according to the stats, but this is inaccurate, of 
course), I think that is pretty good!

But as usual in a setting like this, I have shifted my focus. This does not 
mean I like ConTeXt less then several years ago! By no means! But I am too busy 
with my new job and my family so there is pretty much no server maintenance 
(except for a reboot once in a while).

I really hope that someone steps in and I can hand over all the files/databases 
and the domain name before the next conference.

Not that some parts are already maintained by other people: most prominently 
the minimals are done by Mojca with help of Arthur (I hope I've got it right).

Patrick

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[NTG-context] contextgarden.net is running again

2010-03-22 Thread Patrick Gundlach
Hi,

Hans van der Meer reported a broken minimals update. This was due to changes in 
the nameserver handling. Now the move to the new domain hoster is complete and 
everything should be back to normal.

Thanks for your patience,

Patrick

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[NTG-context] contextgarden.net

2009-01-18 Thread Patrick Gundlach
Hi,

within the next 24 hours contextgarden.net will be on a new machine.
Expect some broken things. If things keep being broken after one day
from now, I'd be happy to receive bug reports. 

Warning: this also affects the update of the distribution (formally
known as the minimals).

I'll put a page on the wiki where I list the status of the transition:

http://wiki.contextgarden.net/New_Server

(not there yet)


Thanks for your patience!


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[NTG-context] contextgarden.net move

2005-08-23 Thread Patrick Gundlach
Hello all ConTeXt users,

I'll move the website contextgarden.net to another (bigger, faster)
machine tomorrow. Expect some downtime and inconveniences, although I
try to make the transition smooth. I might disable wiki editing on the
old machine to avoid data loss. Please report any errors you'll spot.

Thanks for your patience,

 Patrick
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