Re: FUDCon Website

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Hello Sijis,

Thanks for pointing me to the websites wiki page.

> Follow this wiki page [1] as it will get you the repo and the necessary
> packages necessary to test/build the site.
> There are the only changes that would differ from the wiki if you can
> commit:
> Step 3: git clone
> ssh://<fas-username>
> Step 4: cd fedora-web/
> Step 5, 6 - Can be skipped

I have followed the steps. The changes I have made have already
been committed [1]  to fedora-web.git

> Also, these are the things to note:
> The site is currently configured to use a template system (genshi). This is
> a rough idea on the filesystem
> data/content - content files
> data/template - genshi template files
> static/* - images, javascript, css files
> If you have any other questions, let me know. You can also find me in
> #fedora-websites, if that makes things easier for you to get up and running.

My question is more regarding the deployment process. Suppose if I would want
to host the changes, that I have already pushed [1], on the following domain:

If this whole process is somehow automated, how is it done for other Fedora
related websites? What steps should I follow after the push in order to
ensure that the changes reflect back on the actual website?


[1] -;a=commit;h=8045a6e10d6d1e163d97208cc59e6c6486b7a963
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