[Piglit] Piglit website in sphinx

Eric Anholt eric at anholt.net
Mon Dec 17 20:09:23 UTC 2018

Jordan Justen <jordan.l.justen at intel.com> writes:

> Although I doubt it generates much traffic, I wanted to try to convert
> the https://piglit.freedesktop.org/ homepage into an 'auto-building'
> gitlab branch.
> I think the current site was built by ikiwiki, but I was after
> spending way more time that I hoped, I still was unable to reproduce
> the site without lots of extra undesirable links.
> So, I tried converting it to sphinx. Of course, I expected it would
> look somewhat different with sphinx. This change proved much easier,
> and I think looks pretty good:
> https://jljusten.pages.freedesktop.org/piglit/
> The source code is here in this branch:
> https://gitlab.freedesktop.org/jljusten/piglit/commits/website
> It is setup such that we could add a small 'website' branch to the
> piglit repo. The branch's history would be detacted from the source
> code history.
> Then, if we need to change the piglit website again, in, say a decade
> or so :), it'll be a bit simpler.
> Does it look ok, and does it seem like an ok plan?

Looks nice to me, only nit is the title is "Piglit 1 documentation" --
where did that "1" come from?

I kind of like having the website in master so that some of the contents
on the site can be documentation in-tree as well, but I'm happy with it
at least being easily modifiable.
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