[Spice-devel] Wiki cleanup

Alon Levy alon at pobox.com
Mon Sep 29 05:48:48 PDT 2014

On 09/29/2014 03:30 PM, Jeremy White wrote:
>>> If the idea seems sensible, then I'd propose that we work on the Wiki
>>> until
>>> we feel it stands mostly on it's own, and when we hit that point, we
>>> shift
>>> the main pages to reflect that.
>> The website/wiki content needs some reorganization for sure, and the
>> manual editing of the static website content needs to be improved.
>> The next question is if we want to achieve that with a wiki, or by
>> switching to a different 'CMS'. The wiki has the big advantage of being
>> already there. I think Marc-André favoured http://jekyllrb.com for the
>> static website part.
> Yeah, I worked a bit with Jekyll, and it was nice.  I also find plain
> html + a nice css (e.g. bootstrap) surprisingly pleasant to work with.
> If we do keep a static component, I'd suggest we establish a git tree
> with git hooks that auto update (ala Github sites).  And have patches
> and/or commit access to that tree be welcome.

A git would probably have less spam :) Actually all of the non popular
platforms are probably better (then again, mediawiki had good spam
measures for a long time when Daniel was managing it).

> Cheers,
> Jeremy
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