Darryl Cousins wrote:
Thats the structure we are aiming at?
That's the generated structure. Something like:
Possibly ripping off the .html everywhere to turn it into:
As to the ReST, I want to start maintaining that in the svn.zope.org
2. How does 'upload to zope.org' work?
Yup. Some script could be run to synchronize the different components:
rest.svn.zope.org -> zf.www.rest --> zf.tfws.org.nz --> [wget?] -->
Worst of the worse, we keep in touch and I syncronise it manually. Not a
not sure what these components all do, but some script that checkso ut
the rest from svn.zope.org, runs it through your generator, and uploads
the HTML and images up onto zope.org.
And later, do it all with zope3 :-D
Yeah, Zope 3 or whatever. I'm trying to avoid us from geeking out on the
tech and focusing on the immediate tasks. :)
I'm trying to figure this out. On the near term, we may just upload all
of this into a plain zope on zope.org every time we make changes.
Unsure of meaning: `a plain zope`. ??
Oh, zope.org has some odd variety of Plone, but normal Zope 2 stuff
still works in areas, including the /foundation part. So we could simply
upload them as page templates into the zope. I'd prefer it if it were
something simpler, but that might be easiest given the infrastructure.
Finally, eventually this should be converted into CMS content for one
CMS or another. That'll take a lot of hosting infrastructure work to get
done first, though.
Keep core/source data in directory/restfile then anything is possible.
Keep it simple. I think that any reasonable cms will be able to import
the structured data and generate a site using a given template.
Yes, keeping it simple and in ReST for now is my goal. Eventually we may
need some forms though: "join the foundation!" but we can make do with
email addresses for now.
Zope-web maillist - Zopeemail@example.com