website note

Claes Wallin clacke+dragonflybsd at
Fri Jan 23 08:24:35 PST 2009

Simon 'corecode' Schubert wrote:
Claes Wallin wrote:
Justin C. Sherrill wrote:
I've posted some material and links for maintaining as an ikiwiki installation.

If you are a developer who wants to fix up parts of the site not
under /doc, tell me your login ID and I can set it so you can
change other parts.  When creating an account, please try to
match your leaf login, to make tracking easier.
Is there any objection to having a hook to send emails on change
to commits@, similar to our 'main' repo?
Is there any way for mere mortals to access the .git of the
website? It would provide a good example on how to set things up,
plus it would enable future contributions from people without
commit access, which is arguably in the spirit of distributed
revision control.
It would be even better if people just could use the wiki without
having to worry about submitting patches, I think.
Yes, that is of course the common use case. The git case would be for
somebody looking to do a makeover like the one we just had. Anyway, the
main use case for ikiwiki.git would be for someone like me looking for a
good example of ikiwiki customization.

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