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Re: gEDA-user: PCB Website [WAS: Re: Bug triage]

Peter Clifton wrote:

> Please feel free to try it and send me the results. I'm sure Dan,
> DJ and other devs won't be sentimentally attached to the current
> system.
> Build it, and if it looks sane, I'll check it in ;)

Ok, I will convert the contents to dokuwiki format and rewrite
the makefile so that it distributes the files to the root of a 
the content files of a site that runs a dokuwiki server. This 
will receive a test run at bibo.iqo.uni-hannover.de. 
But don't hold your breath, that project will take some days.
(And I have promised other tasks for geda -- Unite the pcb FAQs, 
send patches for the pcb manual...)  

By the way, this is a way to have a documentation maintained with
git and still get a dynamic website. A website that blends with 
whatever the wiki part of the website looks like. Just because 
the git maintained portion it is in dokuwiki format does not mean,
the regular wiki users are automatically allowed to edit the pages.
This can be easily configured in the admin section of dokuwiki. 

To answer the next obvious question: 
Yes, it is possible to derive a static HTML pages from a dokuwiki site. 
See http://www.dokuwiki.org/export

Kai-Martin Knaak
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