[Consortium] Goto10 and Puredyne

Jaromil jaromil at dyne.org
Wed Apr 13 11:29:31 UTC 2016

hi guys,

cozy to exchange emails with you all after so long :^)
feels good, hope you are all well.

On Tue, 12 Apr 2016, Daniel James wrote:

> > The site is generated (usually locally) by the one who edits
> > it then copied (usually rsync over ssh) to the server.
> How about maintaining the sources in a shared git repo, then having a
> post-commit hook to generate the HTML? Then we could send pull requests
> to update pages.

yes! this is the best approach. Pelican, Middleman (ruby) or what
not. I even ended up writing my own sw for this (webnomad). the
general approach of "baking" instead of "frying" web pages is much

and thinking back... of how much contributions web presence really
gathers, in the face of the fact not even the most succesfull project
have this big horde of contributors ready to update webpages... then
how stupid we were all back 10 years ago thinking that dynamic webpage
was ever necessary. and if it really is, then +1 for wordpress, works


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