Re: Who maintains

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On Thu, May 3, 2012 at 8:25 AM, tuxdna <tuxdna@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Saleem and Shreyank,
>> Don't you have a team, is there a process ?
>> Without further info, I'll do things by myself and define the updating
>> process (which should be explained in the fudcon organization page and
>> somewhere on the websites wiki page).
> For the Fedora hosted FUDCon site [1], we followed a simple process.
> We would just make the changes in HTML and templates, verify them and
> then commit them. The changes would reflect on the website after a delay
> of roughly 1 hour. ( One only needs commit access to do this ).
> However, for the purpose of FUDCon Pune we [2] setup a separate instance
> with Drupal / COD [3]. We wanted to have a dynamic website with many features
> which were simply not possible with a static website like fudcon.fp.o [1].
> Therefore, was essentially not used for FUDCon Pune,
> in which I was involved. Here is the relevant site:
> If time is a constraint then I would suggest to go for a static web-site on
>, as configuring COD is a bit time-consuming task.
> However, once it is configured correctly it will just work seamlessly.
> Regards,
> Saleem
> [1]
> [2]
> [3]
> [4]

Hi, thanks for this input Saleem.
So you have been working for your own instance, you didn't expect to
build this for the community?
Do you think that it could be implemented on our infra, which could be
shared with all future FUDCons?

Kévin Raymond
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