[PySide] PySide website, old Bugzilla
Hugo Parente Lima
hugo.lima at openbossa.org
Wed May 9 20:17:21 CEST 2012
On Wednesday, May 09, 2012 11:11:56 AM Srini wrote:
> Matti, I will go-ahead and convert bugzilla pages into HTML pages - a simple
> script would work.
> So are we going to host everything else on wiki? What about docs?
The docs can be placed on github pages too, but would be nice to have github
repositories automatically sync'ed with the ones on gerrit like on gitorious.
> On May 9, 2012, at 10:35 AM, Hugo Parente Lima <hugo.lima at openbossa.org>
> > On Wednesday, May 09, 2012 07:08:36 PM anatoly techtonik wrote:
> >> On Wed, May 9, 2012 at 6:41 PM, Matti Airas <mairas at iki.fi> wrote:
> >>> I've still been trying to arrange the move of the PySide website to Qt
> >>> Project. It might be that the only thing we get is a redirect from
> >>> www.pyside.org is to the Wiki main page (which would need to be
> >>> adjusted accordingly). I'm a bit tired of haggling that, however, so I
> >>> hope that's all right.
> >> If it is solely an HTML content, we can host it on GitHub -
> >> http://help.github.com/pages/
> > yes, would be nice if we could turn the current bugzilla into static pages
> > and put them on github pages for reference. I'm using github pages for my
> > pet projects and they work like a charm!
> > Maybe this can be achieved just using wget on bugzilla and stripping out
> > the form fields to have a nice result =].
> >>> Related to the website migration: the old Bugzilla is hosted at the
> >>> virtual machine that's going to go away in 6 weeks or so. IMHO, the
> >>> old bug reports have a great historic value and should optimally be
> >>> preserved? Would someone be willing to host that? I'd be happy to
> >>> provide a tarball of the Bugzilla directory + a dump of the MySQL
> >>> database (scrubbed clean of usernames and passwords) if someone would
> >>> be willing to host them.
> >> Can you upload it to Google Drive from your own account and share with
> >> some people, so it won't be lost at least? Maybe somebody eventually
> >> find a way to export Qt-related bugs to Jira from Bugzilla and sync
> >> upstream status with them? Like launchpad does.
> >> --
> >> anatoly t.
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