Mahadev konar commented on ZOOKEEPER-45:

do we want to create a zookeeper/site like in hadoop where the web pages are 

> Restructure the SVN repository after initial import
> ---------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: ZOOKEEPER-45
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/ZOOKEEPER-45
>             Project: Zookeeper
>          Issue Type: Task
>          Components: build
>            Reporter: Patrick Hunt
>            Assignee: Patrick Hunt
>             Fix For: 3.0.0
> SVN and the ant build have to be updated after the initial import from 
> SourceForge (see INFRA-1644) in order to get us aligned with Apache release 
> process/collateral and some general cleanup of the repository. Please 
> review/comment on the following:
> I intend to follow these steps:
> 1) collapse svn hadoop/zookeeper/trunk/zookeeper/... down to 
> hadoop/zookeeper/trunk/... (remove unnecessary zk dir  under trunk)
> 2) change the java package prefix from com.yahoo to org.apache
> 3) update the license headers in all  source files
> 4) replace LICENSE file in root dir with Apache LICENSE file
> 5) add attribution NOTICE file to root dir
> 6) update the README file appropriately
> 7) create a new "src" directory in the zk root
> 8) move root "c" directory into src
> 9) move root "java" directory into src
> 10) create root "docs" directory
> 11) create src/docs directory
> 12) rename src/java/src to src/java/main
> 13) move root "test" directory to src/java/test
> 14) build.xml will be updated appropriately for all the moves. it will also 
> be updated with apache specific targets similar to what exists in hadoop 
> (such as building the forrest documentation).
> steps 10&11 are required for zk documentation storage. src/docs is the 
> location of all documentation in "forrest xml" format - the documentation 
> source/originals (what you edit when you change the docs).  the ant script is 
> setup to build docs (forrest) into the root docs directory. these files are 
> also committed to svn (both docs and src/docs). later, during a release 
> process, the files in the root docs directory are checked out onto the system 
> hosting the apache web site and pushed to the mirrors.
> I'll submit patches for any changes/additions of files. However I suspect 
> that the directory move operations in SVN will not have an accompanying patch 
> - this "script" is the documentation of what will be changed (comments added 
> for any deviation).

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