Currently I don't find the blog content on the ovirt-site repository .
In which repository can it be found?
On Thu, Jul 25, 2019 at 2:30 PM Laura Wright <lwright(a)redhat.com> wrote:
This goes along with this thread and updates to the website. I've worked
on some redesign work for the website and opened an issue that features the
desktop and mobile wireframes for the proposed site redesign:
Feel free to check them
out and let me know what you think. Any feedback is welcome.
On Thu, Jul 25, 2019 at 3:35 AM Marc Dequènes (Duck) <duck(a)redhat.com>
> ### A pinch of history
> As a short introduction for those who do not know me as I rarely post
> here: I'm part of Red Hat OSPO Comminfra Team (previously OSPO was
> called OSAS) and currently hosting and taking care of the website.
> This topic has been discussed many times: neither people writing the
> site neither us for the maintenance are happy with the current state of
> affair. But we had not real plan and picking a random tool which might
> lead to similar problems and without any way to support it properly was
> not very appealing. Moreover we tried migrating to Middleman 4, the
> obvious path to modernization, but this happened to be more complicated
> than expected and this new version had terrible performance problems. As
> you now version 3 is already slow, and that's quite an understatement.
> In the meanwhile a few things have changed, and people taking care of
> the website too, so let's talk about the current situation.
> (very short version of the history around this)
> ### Why now?
> What has changed:
> * several projects moved to Jekyll, a software we were already
> investigating at the time and is being used by Google Pages (they
> created it in fact), and they were very happy with the result; we
> believe it has the necessary features, it is well maintained because
> Google uses it heavily, and it's very fast
> * we've tried Jekyll ourselves, we're happy too, and we do have the
> Ansible playbooks and tooling to deploy it now
> * over time the website had some waves of cleanup (still needs quite
> some love though) and recently the blog moved to WordPress to get
> comment support and a more friendly interface (see OVIRT-2652) which
> allowed more cleanup (see #2030)
> With the blog separated and a lot of custom Ruby code removed, the
> tooling ready, I believe we can now work on migrating the content.
> We may realize Jekyll is not the right tool, but people seemed to like
> the idea at the time and current experience seem to indicate it should
> improve things and be maintainable. The goal here is to experiment and
> switch to production only if we're happy with it.
> ### Early work
> I have started a branch called 'jekyll_migration' to put my work on it.
> This is very early work (I just started), I already hit various
> difficulties, and I can't commit 100% of my time on it so it will
> require some time.
> Several of my changes happened to not be really specific to the
> migration, and the current site would benefit from these
> fixes/cleanups/simplifications… thus I'll extracts these changes and
> create separate PRs for master.
> If you wish to help, then you can contact me directly or reply to this
> thread. You may also create PRs to this topic branch, but please do not
> push anything directly.
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