[pydotorg-www] [PSF-Board-Public] League of Awesome page is updated
mal at egenix.com
Thu Mar 15 21:33:12 CET 2012
Noah Kantrowitz wrote:
> On Mar 15, 2012, at 11:43 AM, M.-A. Lemburg wrote:
>> Noah Kantrowitz wrote:
>>> http://www.python.org/psf/league/ has been updated with our latest sponsors.
>> Hi Noah,
>> thanks for the update. I was a bit surprised that the PSF now
>> sports a new page linking firms who have donated hardware or
>> services without the board being involved.
> The board was involved, both Jesse and Steve were made aware that I was adding new logos to the site and approved of the more whimsical name. Having such a page is standard procedure when signing up new sponsors, and I spent much of PyCon going out in search of more partners to improve infrastructure stuffs.
Thanks for the note; Jesse already explained.
Sorry, if this came across as criticism of how you handled this
(much to the contrary).
>> While I don't think that anyone from the board would object to
>> having such a page, I do think that the board has to approve such
>> important changes to the PSF website. Looking at the website
>> repository, Martin added the original infrastructure page
>> on 2012-02-23. Perhaps Martin could shed some light on this ?!
>> I also noticed that we now have two directories mentioning the
>> infrastructure sponsors:
> Just an older version. I moved the source page, but the automated builder doesn't remove stuff automatically.
Ok, but I think you also need to update some links pointing to that
old URL, e.g. http://www.python.org/psf/
>> and that the "League" entry in the left hand menu only shows up in
>> the PSF top-level
>> and not in the lower level entries, e.g.
> Also just a side-effect of the builder hooks not running a full rebuild. I tried deciphering the build system last night, but couldn't see the Right Way to do a rebuild safely. As individual pages are updated, it should be made visible. If someone wants to run a full site rebuild I would be grateful.
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