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New GeoMoose Server

James Klassen
Everyone,

Please checkout the new GeoMoose project webserver and let me know if you find anything broken.  There has been a lot of reorganization with our switch from SVN to Git.  I have taken this opportunity to rebuild our aging project server.  I'd like to cut over to the new server as soon as possible as the old one is no longer being updated (as it points to the old SVN) and I don't want the wiki on the old server to get ahead of the wiki on the new server.  Once things are tested, we will rename www2.geomoose.org to www.geomoose.org and retire the old machine.

http://www2.geomoose.org
This is a new site to act as a spot for project related resources.  It is a Sphinx generated site sourced from the geomoose/geomoose-website repo on GitHub.  The purpose of this site is to split the project related documentation (such as news and RFCs) from the version specific software documentation.  Thus, we no longer will need to fake a release when we want to update the website to say "See us at FOSS4G" or when we want to update the status of an RFC.  Also on this site are the traditional /downloads/ directory and MediaWiki under /wiki/.  MediaWiki has been updated from version 1.16.0 to 1.21.1 which forced the update of a couple of modules including the fancy editor and new user approval process.  I believe I have things working, but would appreciate it if people would hit the new wiki and verify it is all working.

This is the new place for the GeoMoose version specific documentation.  Each minor version gets its own directory.  Currently, /2.4/, /2.6/, and /master/ are loaded.  (master is git's equivalent of trunk).  If you don't specify a version, it will default you to 2.6 (current stable).  This is sourced from svn (for 2.4) and geomoose/geomoose-docs on GitHub (for 2.6 and master).

This is the new place for the GeoMoose demo. Like docs, this can potentially support multiple demo versions installed at the same time.  Currently it points to the master branch of geomoose/geomoose on GitHub.

NOTE: The one part from the old server yet to be implemented is the nightly builds.  I will be working on those next and they will live where they always have (http://www2.geomoose.org/downloads/).

Jim

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Re: New GeoMoose Server

Eli Adam


On Aug 21, 2013 7:24 PM, "James Klassen" <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> Everyone,
>
> Please checkout the new GeoMoose project webserver and let me know if you find anything broken.  There has been a lot of reorganization with our switch from SVN to Git.  I have taken this opportunity to rebuild our aging project server.  I'd like to cut over to the new server as soon as possible as the old one is no longer being updated (as it points to the old SVN) and I don't want the wiki on the old server to get ahead of the wiki on the new server.  Once things are tested, we will rename www2.geomoose.org to www.geomoose.org and retire the old machine.

There is a fair amount of work on the website I need to do (update links to demo, docs, the splitting of the project and version specific docs, etc).  I'm hoping to do much of that Monday and Tuesday.  When the actual cut over happens, if possible I'd like to be available to run linkcheck and fix as needed since I can't really test some things until it is live.

>
> http://www2.geomoose.org
> This is a new site to act as a spot for project related resources.  It is a Sphinx generated site sourced from the geomoose/geomoose-website repo on GitHub.  The purpose of this site is to split the project related documentation (such as news and RFCs) from the version specific software documentation.  Thus, we no longer will need to fake a release when we want to update the website to say "See us at FOSS4G" or when we want to update the status of an RFC.  Also on this site are the traditional /downloads/ directory and MediaWiki under /wiki/.  MediaWiki has been updated from version 1.16.0 to 1.21.1 which forced the update of a couple of modules including the fancy editor and new user approval process.  I believe I have things working, but would appreciate it if people would hit the new wiki and verify it is all working.

Minor edit worked fine.

If everything else is a subdomain, should this be wiki.geomoose.org?  Downloads for some reason doesn't seem appropriate as a subdomain, but same question.

I think that these changes will improve things.

Thanks for all the work, Eli

>
> http://docs.geomoose.org
> This is the new place for the GeoMoose version specific documentation.  Each minor version gets its own directory.  Currently, /2.4/, /2.6/, and /master/ are loaded.  (master is git's equivalent of trunk).  If you don't specify a version, it will default you to 2.6 (current stable).  This is sourced from svn (for 2.4) and geomoose/geomoose-docs on GitHub (for 2.6 and master).
>
> http://demo.geomoose.org
> This is the new place for the GeoMoose demo. Like docs, this can potentially support multiple demo versions installed at the same time.  Currently it points to the master branch of geomoose/geomoose on GitHub.
>
> NOTE: The one part from the old server yet to be implemented is the nightly builds.  I will be working on those next and they will live where they always have (http://www2.geomoose.org/downloads/).
>
> Jim
>
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Re: New GeoMoose Server

James Klassen


On Aug 22, 2013 7:30 AM, "Eli Adam" <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
>
> On Aug 21, 2013 7:24 PM, "James Klassen" <[hidden email]> wrote:
> >
> > Everyone,
> >
> > Please checkout the new GeoMoose project webserver and let me know if you find anything broken.  There has been a lot of reorganization with our switch from SVN to Git.  I have taken this opportunity to rebuild our aging project server.  I'd like to cut over to the new server as soon as possible as the old one is no longer being updated (as it points to the old SVN) and I don't want the wiki on the old server to get ahead of the wiki on the new server.  Once things are tested, we will rename www2.geomoose.org to www.geomoose.org and retire the old machine.
>
> There is a fair amount of work on the website I need to do (update links to demo, docs, the splitting of the project and version specific docs, etc).  I'm hoping to do much of that Monday and Tuesday.  When the actual cut over happens, if possible I'd like to be available to run linkcheck and fix as needed since I can't really test some things until it is live.

Ok.  I think I'll put in a redirect on the old server to the new wiki for now.

>
> >
> > http://www2.geomoose.org
> > This is a new site to act as a spot for project related resources.  It is a Sphinx generated site sourced from the geomoose/geomoose-website repo on GitHub.  The purpose of this site is to split the project related documentation (such as news and RFCs) from the version specific software documentation.  Thus, we no longer will need to fake a release when we want to update the website to say "See us at FOSS4G" or when we want to update the status of an RFC.  Also on this site are the traditional /downloads/ directory and MediaWiki under /wiki/.  MediaWiki has been updated from version 1.16.0 to 1.21.1 which forced the update of a couple of modules including the fancy editor and new user approval process.  I believe I have things working, but would appreciate it if people would hit the new wiki and verify it is all working.
>
> Minor edit worked fine.
>
> If everything else is a subdomain, should this be wiki.geomoose.org?  Downloads for some reason doesn't seem appropriate as a subdomain, but same question.

Not sure.  Wiki could easily be a subdomain.  I don't see the need to split downloads (at least yet).
>
> I think that these changes will improve things.
>
> Thanks for all the work, Eli
>
> >
> > http://docs.geomoose.org
> > This is the new place for the GeoMoose version specific documentation.  Each minor version gets its own directory.  Currently, /2.4/, /2.6/, and /master/ are loaded.  (master is git's equivalent of trunk).  If you don't specify a version, it will default you to 2.6 (current stable).  This is sourced from svn (for 2.4) and geomoose/geomoose-docs on GitHub (for 2.6 and master).
> >
> > http://demo.geomoose.org
> > This is the new place for the GeoMoose demo. Like docs, this can potentially support multiple demo versions installed at the same time.  Currently it points to the master branch of geomoose/geomoose on GitHub.
> >
> > NOTE: The one part from the old server yet to be implemented is the nightly builds.  I will be working on those next and they will live where they always have (http://www2.geomoose.org/downloads/).
> >
> > Jim
> >
> > _______________________________________________
> > geomoose-psc mailing list
> > [hidden email]
> > http://lists.osgeo.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/geomoose-psc
> >


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Re: New GeoMoose Server

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On Thu, Aug 22, 2013 at 5:30 AM, Eli Adam <[hidden email]> wrote:


On Aug 21, 2013 7:24 PM, "James Klassen" <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> Everyone,
>
> Please checkout the new GeoMoose project webserver and let me know if you find anything broken.  There has been a lot of reorganization with our switch from SVN to Git.  I have taken this opportunity to rebuild our aging project server.  I'd like to cut over to the new server as soon as possible as the old one is no longer being updated (as it points to the old SVN) and I don't want the wiki on the old server to get ahead of the wiki on the new server.  Once things are tested, we will rename www2.geomoose.org to www.geomoose.org and retire the old machine.

There is a fair amount of work on the website I need to do (update links to demo, docs, the splitting of the project and version specific docs, etc).  I'm hoping to do much of that Monday and Tuesday.  When the actual cut over happens, if possible I'd like to be available to run linkcheck and fix as needed since I can't really test some things until it is live.

Jim thanks for website work, looks good.  I had not been making much progress. 

Eli
 

>
> http://www2.geomoose.org
> This is a new site to act as a spot for project related resources.  It is a Sphinx generated site sourced from the geomoose/geomoose-website repo on GitHub.  The purpose of this site is to split the project related documentation (such as news and RFCs) from the version specific software documentation.  Thus, we no longer will need to fake a release when we want to update the website to say "See us at FOSS4G" or when we want to update the status of an RFC.  Also on this site are the traditional /downloads/ directory and MediaWiki under /wiki/.  MediaWiki has been updated from version 1.16.0 to 1.21.1 which forced the update of a couple of modules including the fancy editor and new user approval process.  I believe I have things working, but would appreciate it if people would hit the new wiki and verify it is all working.

Minor edit worked fine.

If everything else is a subdomain, should this be wiki.geomoose.org?  Downloads for some reason doesn't seem appropriate as a subdomain, but same question.

I think that these changes will improve things.

Thanks for all the work, Eli

>
> http://docs.geomoose.org
> This is the new place for the GeoMoose version specific documentation.  Each minor version gets its own directory.  Currently, /2.4/, /2.6/, and /master/ are loaded.  (master is git's equivalent of trunk).  If you don't specify a version, it will default you to 2.6 (current stable).  This is sourced from svn (for 2.4) and geomoose/geomoose-docs on GitHub (for 2.6 and master).
>
> http://demo.geomoose.org
> This is the new place for the GeoMoose demo. Like docs, this can potentially support multiple demo versions installed at the same time.  Currently it points to the master branch of geomoose/geomoose on GitHub.
>
> NOTE: The one part from the old server yet to be implemented is the nightly builds.  I will be working on those next and they will live where they always have (http://www2.geomoose.org/downloads/).
>
> Jim
>
> _______________________________________________
> geomoose-psc mailing list
> [hidden email]
> http://lists.osgeo.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/geomoose-psc
>



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