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== Description ==
 
== Description ==
  
NOTE: this page describes the forthcoming web site, currently available at http://www-devel.sugarlabs.org
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The SugarLabs front page.  
  
The SugarLabs front page. Managed with the Drupal CMS, it will contain both static articles describing the project, and dynamic publications such as:
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Managed with the Jekyll CMS, it contains static articles describing the project.
 
 
* Planet
 
** Managed with the UDplanet plugin, it allows registered users to set their own feeds
 
* Project news
 
* Forum (connected to the mailing lists)
 
  
 
== Hostnames ==
 
== Hostnames ==
  
* http://www-devel.sugarlabs.org/
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* http://www.sugarlabs.org
  
 
== Hosted on ==
 
== Hosted on ==
  
 
[[Machine/sunjammer]]
 
[[Machine/sunjammer]]
 
  
 
== Administrative contact ==
 
== Administrative contact ==
webmaster AT sugarlabs DOT org
 
  
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marketing AT sugarlabs DOT org
  
 
== Sysadmins ==
 
== Sysadmins ==
  
For non-emergency calls, preferably send email to the administrative contact.
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Send email to the systems sugar labs list.
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== Notes ==
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In https://github.com/sugarlabs/www-sugarlabs/settings/hooks there is a webhook defined, as documented at https://developer.github.com/webhooks/
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This sends a POST request in JSON format to https://hook.sugarlabs.org/www.sugarlabs.org
  
ruben AT sugarlabs DOT org
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A container named org.sugarlabs.www-rebuilder is in charge of processing this payload, which does the following:
  
== Notes ==
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1. Install jekyll.
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2. Clone the SL repo.
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3. Install Flask
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4. Execute a Flask Python App which does the following: pull the repo and jekyll build. This app doesn't parse the POST request.
  
Connected to ldap.sugarlabs.org for user authentication
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The site is generated in the folder /clone/_site which is bind to the following dir in freedom: /srv/www-out. This is the doc root for the SL in the nginx server block.
  
 
== Upgrade notes ==
 
== Upgrade notes ==
  
Drupal can be managed in several ways, but the drush command (installed) is the preferable way. Read more about it at http://www.drush.org/
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Remember to restart the org.sugarlabs.www-rebuilder container after upgrading freedom.  
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[[Category:Service|www]]
 
[[Category:Service|www]]

Latest revision as of 23:52, 26 July 2016

Description

The SugarLabs front page.

Managed with the Jekyll CMS, it contains static articles describing the project.

Hostnames

Hosted on

Machine/sunjammer

Administrative contact

marketing AT sugarlabs DOT org

Sysadmins

Send email to the systems sugar labs list.

Notes

In https://github.com/sugarlabs/www-sugarlabs/settings/hooks there is a webhook defined, as documented at https://developer.github.com/webhooks/

This sends a POST request in JSON format to https://hook.sugarlabs.org/www.sugarlabs.org

A container named org.sugarlabs.www-rebuilder is in charge of processing this payload, which does the following:

1. Install jekyll. 2. Clone the SL repo. 3. Install Flask 4. Execute a Flask Python App which does the following: pull the repo and jekyll build. This app doesn't parse the POST request.

The site is generated in the folder /clone/_site which is bind to the following dir in freedom: /srv/www-out. This is the doc root for the SL in the nginx server block.

Upgrade notes

Remember to restart the org.sugarlabs.www-rebuilder container after upgrading freedom.