I'm +1 on this.  Specifically, I wanted a place to host sample data for ytree without having to register and manage my own site.  This could also be a nice incentive for future projects.


On Wed, Jul 19, 2017 at 12:16 PM, Matthew Turk <matthewturk@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi folks,

We have a set of projects on the website:


I'd like to propose that we extend this a bit further and also allow
extensions to host their websites on our page as well.  This would be
two things:

 * They can either do this via submodules in the yt-project/website
repository, which would correspond to subdirectories or by including
their own subdirectory in the website repo.
 * If there is affiliated data, it can be stored data in hub.yt and
referenced via AJAX calls (or manually listed)

I don't think this is a contentious thing, so unless I hear objections
I'll add the info to the YTEP and the skeleton extension repo.

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