> On 03/11/2015 11:44 AM, Eli Adam wrote:
>> Wow, those are great Jim! Thanks.
>> On Wed, Mar 11, 2015 at 9:30 AM, Jim Klassen <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>> Also, as long as we are on the topic of docs, I put these up on the
>>> github wiki as I was running through GeoMoose installs. They should
>>> probably be reviewed and then moved into the 2.7 docs.
>>> https://github.com/geomoose/geomoose/wiki/Quick-and-dirty-install-of-GeoMoose-from-source-on-Debian-Wheezy,-Ubuntu-12.04-and-similar >>>
>>> https://github.com/geomoose/geomoose/wiki/Quick-and-dirty-install-of-GeoMoose-from-source-on-Fedora-21 >> Our current stuff, is perhaps a little dated in that age of modern GIS
>> repos. http://docs.geomoose.org/2.7/docs/install_unix.html >>
>> We might want to also show use of our released tarballs.
> It is basically the same as the "from git" version but you can skip most
> of the steps.
> * Don't need install GeoMoose Build Deps (unless you want to change the
> code later, and if you do you would be better served starting from git
> and using a local branch)
> * Get the GeoMoose Source becomes download/extract the tarball
> * Skip Setup Symbolic Links
> * Skip Build the Docs
> * Setup local config files may need paths changed to match where the
> tarball was extracted.
> * Skip Build the API Reference Docs
> * Make things available in apache document root may need paths changed
> to match where the tarball was extracted.
> Personally, I find it's much nicer to clone from git, make a local
> branch for local data or code changes, then pull updates into master and
> merge them into the local branch than try to figure out how to move
> customizations forward between tarball releases. (Actually, I tend to
> just clone geomoose-js and maybe geomoose-services in production
> installs. Merging the demo (geomoose/geomoose) with local data is
> rarely useful to me.)
>>> On 03/11/2015 11:16 AM, Eli Adam wrote:
>>>> Right now to get to the support pages, the path I need to take is
>>>> geomoose.org-->Documentation-->2.7-->Getting Started-->Feature
>>>> Overview--> then clicking on either link:
>>>> http://www.geomoose.org/info/commercial_support.html >>>> http://www.geomoose.org/info/mailing_lists.html >>>>
>>>> That seems like excessively low prominence and difficult to access.
>>>> 1. Is there an obvious and easier route that I'm missing?
>>>> 2. In the past, Bob (I think) has suggested putting it in the top bar.
>>>> I generally think that is a good idea (but also generally I don't like
>>>> a lot in navigation bars).
>>>> 3. Hmm, our top bar is out of date (points to trac). We should remove
>>>> "wiki" link even if it still exists with minimal use, I think that
>>>> "Demo" and "Download" should be removed too since they are on main
>>>> site, "Documentation" can be removed too since that is the same as
>>>> So my plan is to drastically reconfigure things. Does anyone have
>>>> input or want to work together?
>>>> Thanks, Eli
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