[PySide] PySide website, old Bugzilla
vasure at gmail.com
Thu May 10 12:40:52 CEST 2012
I will take the ownership in creating the blogger site. I will go-ahead and
retain the current pyside.org style as much as possible. Will that work?
As no one is volunteering, what are the plans for bugzilla archive?
For the main site(docs and static content) is it going to be just the DNS
remap? Are we going to maintain the pyside.org style or qt-project.org?
On Thu, May 10, 2012 at 2:18 AM, Matti Airas <mairas at iki.fi> wrote:
> On 10 May 2012 10:57, Srini Kommoori <vasure at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> proposing handing the database contents to anyone volunteering.
> > That is the problem. If we find someone to host archive bugzilla, then we
> > wouldn't have this discussion.
> That's why I asked for that in the first place. :-)
> > Calling github for hobby projects is little weird. For
> > reference: https://github.com/torvalds/linux / redis/mongo/django
> Sorry - maybe I've just grown sensitive to the mentions of Github in
> this context. :-) But more generally, now that PySide is a Qt add-on
> and part of the larger Qt Project, I don't think it's a good idea to
> always have the first reaction of moving things *away* from Qt. It'd
> be a bit like working for an Apache project and always trying to move
> the facilities to, say, Ubuntu's Launchpad.
> I know I myself presented the idea of having a separate VM, but at
> that point I hadn't realized that PySide could have such an integral
> presence on qt-project.org.
> > Could you please let us know what is the final plan for everything? Do
> > think VM with wordpress is the best option? I could sponsor that but for
> > long term, keeping everything simple and automated is the best option for
> > the project to be successful.
> Don't know about any final plans, but the current idea is to host the
> high-traffic static content (documentation and binaries) directly at
> the Qt Project, side-by-side with the other Qt Project resources. The
> little content on the WordPress website (basically, the Support and
> About pages) would need to be moved to the Wiki. The wiki homepage
> would need to be slightly revised accordingly to more easily provide
> an overview of the project. Then, PySide would also be presented
> somehow on the main Qt Project navigation hierarchy.
> The current news blog on PySide.org would need to be exported to some
> open blog provider such as blogger.com, but there we could try to use
> the opportunity to open the blog and use it as a more active conduit
> for all kinds of things related to PySide.
> I hope this clarifies the things a bit.
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