On 11/26/2010 04:52 PM, Richard Vaughan wrote:
> I've updated the web site with the Stage GitHub information, new docs,
> and a couple of other freshenings. My changes are committed in SVN,
> but I didn't push the whole site up for fear of clobbering changes
> made to the live version only. If you spot any errors and omissions,
> please fix 'em in SVN and push your changes to the site like so:
> scp<local file> <username>,playerstage@...
> (One of these days we should retire my dodgy PHP content management system).
I have made a few changes to the website directly, to the documentation
page and the news section on the frontpage. I'm afraid I wasn't aware
that the site was under version control, but it looks like the changes I
made have been preserved. I'll be sure to commit future changes.
What would you be retiring the PHP site in favor of? Would it make
sense to merge all of the information on the project website onto the
wiki (minus the doxygen stuff) and have the wiki be the project's
official website? I'd be happy to work on it, but we'd also probably
have to figure out how to better keep wiki spammers at bay if we go that
Congrats on release 4.0! Fedora packages coming soon :)