[Python-Dev] New canonical location for PEPs
04 Apr 2002 08:39:15 +0200
>>>>> "Stephen" == Stephen J Turnbull <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>>>>> "Sean" == Sean Reifschneider <email@example.com> writes:
Sean> There is some reasonable mechanism for [automatically
Sean> pushing content from CVS to the Web], as it *IS* done in
Sean> some places.
Stephen> I know XEmacs's is not perfect, but I'm fairly sure host
Stephen> config changes at SourceForge and SunSITE.de have been
Make that SunSITE.dk.
Stephen> responsible for most of the attention the webmaster has
Stephen> paid to the auto-update mechanism over the last two
Stephen> years. Attention has been paid to the lock issue, but I
Stephen> don't recall the resolution.
I'll have to dig this up.
Stephen> We currently keep the website content in CVS at
Stephen> SunSITE.de. A CVS commit to the website module triggers
SunSITE.dk, not SunSITE.de.
Stephen> updates of the SourceForge, Tux, and SunSITE "primary"
Stephen> homepages, typically taking 10-15 seconds to propagate to
Stephen> all three sites, including a "genpage" run.
Take a look at
for the actual data.
Stephen> Adrian Aichner <firstname.lastname@example.org> is the guy to talk to
Stephen> about the website experience (eg, admin resources
Stephen> consumed since original setup). I believe Martin
Stephen> Buchholz <email@example.com> designed the mechanism and
Stephen> did the original implementation. Karl Hegbloom
Martin was instrumental to get the ssh magic in the
CVSROOT/commit-trigger to work.
for an intro.
Stephen> <firstname.lastname@example.org> adapted it for a project he works
Stephen> on, and was the one who brought up the lock issue most
Stephen> recently. You may be able to browse the implementation
Stephen> in CVSROOT at cvs.xemacs.org. If not, I'm sure Adrian
Stephen> would be willing to show it to you.
CVSROOT is not browsable, but you can check it out anonymously:
cvs -f -z3 -d :pserver:email@example.com:/pack/xemacscvs checkout CVSROOT
Stephen> Institute of Policy and Planning Sciences http://turnbull.sk.tsukuba.ac.jp
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Stephen> Don't ask how you can "do" free software business;
Stephen> ask what your business can "do for" free software.