[Mageia-sysadm] perl modules shipped by mageia - the web site!
jquelin at gmail.com
Thu Apr 5 17:23:29 CEST 2012
On 12/04/05 16:30 +0200, nicolas vigier wrote:
> > > On 12/04/02 19:41 +0200, Jerome Quelin wrote:
> > > > > I think we can make the website available at http://pkgcpan.mageia.org/stats/
> > > > > (or an other directory name instead of "stats"). Would that be ok, or
> > > > > should we keep this separate from pkgcpan, and use a different vhost ?
> > > >
> > > > it can definitely be on the same vhost, since data is taken from
> > > > pkgcpan. as said, magpie will remove the whole directory to create the
> > > > new one, so nothing else should be in the same directory.
> > >
> > > can you tell me when it's done?
> > It's now on http://pkgcpan.mageia.org/stats/.
thank you very much!
on 2nd thought, i wonder whether the url is that good an idea.
in the future, i'd like to add some information on the available
modules, so that url eg .../module/Math/Random/ will give some
information on the module (version shipped, package holding it with a
link to sofie) and list modules under this namespace (link to
therefore, http://pkgcpan.mageia.org/stats/module/Math/Random/ or
http://pkgcpan.mageia.org/stats/Math/Random/ isn't really nice, is it?
in that case, wouldn't http://perl.mageia.org be a better url? which
would give http://perl.mageia.org/module/Math/Random/ which is way
note that my ideas are not yet very clear, and that i'm not a web
designer. so in fact, i'm really open on the content of the site as well
as how it should be laid out. not even speaking on design - but maybe
marcom would help on that. :-)
> By the way, I noticed that the page says "Mageia Linux ships ...", but
> the name of the distribution is "Mageia" not "Mageia Linux", so I think
> magpie needs to be updated to change this.
sure, i'll correct that. and now that i know that infra has its own it's
going to be easy to fix it & push a release. i'll fix that and tell you
when svn is updated.
oh, also, i forgot to tell you that you may want to add "-q" flag to the
command line, in order to have a quiet run, even when i'll add some
logging. so command line should read:
magpie webstatic -q -d /path/to/where/you/want
-q is already supported, so it won't blow up. :-)
thank you very much once again,
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