[ILUG-BOM] Website for ILUG-BOM

Mohan Sriram Nayaka mohansn at gmail.com
Sun Jun 4 11:10:51 IST 2017


Hi all,
I like the GitHub approach too.
I have a question.
Does this approach preclude use of front-end frameworks in the website?

Thanks,
Mohan S Nayaka


On 04-Jun-2017 11:05 AM, "Raghavendra Kamath" <raghavendr.raghu at gmail.com>
wrote:

> Hi Everyone,
>
> On 2017 May 15 12:57:18, Raghavendra Kamath wrote:
> > Hi
> >
> >
> > On 2017 May 15 12:33:59, Rahul Upakare wrote:
> > > How about installing a wiki software? It allows anyone to
> > > contribute/maintain the content and encourages the philosophy we all
> care
> > > about.
> >
> > While it is true that wiki software (media wiki etc) allows anyone with
> account to edit the pages,
> > in my opinion, it will be a bit overkill just for posting updates.
> > And also wiki will be missfit for the job, aesthetically and may not be
> that user friendly.
> >
> > Meanwhile anyone with a github account can contribute to the website if
> we are going in github route.
> > also having statically generated website means portability of the
> content, you just have to copy static html files when moving servers, It
> just needs a server with apache or nginx, no need of php, mysql etc.
> > while mediawiki and other cms need additional packages and database
> management and maintenance is something that I think we are avoiding.
> >
> > Another plus point with statically generated website on github (or any
> other repository, gitlab too has pages support) is that if the volunteer
> maintaining the website somehow is not available or gets busy with life,
> > someone else can fork it and continue to maintain it easily.
>
> Is there any consensus within the group regarding this matter?
> Anyone has any suggestion on this?
>
> While looking at the discussion and suggestions made until now. Static
> website with GitHub or gitlab pages has more support.
>
>
> Anyone has access to the domain "www.ilug-bom.org.in", Can we link it to
> the new website when me make it?
>
> Thank you
>
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