From: Paul Richards <paul@ma...> - 2008-12-12 15:21:00
----- "John Reese" <jreese@...> wrote:
> On 12/12/2008 09:45 AM, Manilal K M wrote:
> > 1. It would be really nice if all the documentation, spread over
> > various domains, are moved to a single location, such as
> > docs.mantis.org or wiki.mantis.org.
> That's currently be worked on. We're having issues with building the
> developer docbook manual on CentOS.
I seem to recall sending an email from somewhere that i'm willing to move http://www.mantisforge.org/documentation to docs.mantisforge.org and take docs.mantisbt.org if it was pointed to whatever IP. I don't recall a response to that email (it wasn't a list email)
IIRC, At the same time, I also spoke to victor about working on some sort of php notes thing.
Given that we're already building diaily builds of manuals on my box, and all the core dev's have access to it - do we really need to get the build working on CentOS when we could just use some clever DNS settings...
> > 2. I don't think that Joomla is an ideal candidate to host a
> > forge. If we are planning to host plug-ins and addons for mantis,
> > gforge(http://gforge.org) or savane would be the ideal application.
> > (If it's possible to use sf.net for the plugins, then
> > will do for mantisforge)
> I would agree with you there. /me pokes paulr
I can take a look - when I originally asked for suggestions, joomla/wordpress were the ideas thrown at me as apps.