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    • Type: Wish Wish
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Major Major
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Fix Version/s: Initial Clearing
    • Component/s: Confluence
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      Description

      Avro would like to switch to using Confluence now that it is a TLP.

      What information do we need to provide for this?

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        Doug Cutting added a comment -
        Bruce, there's also recently been talk of running Day's CQ5 at Apache. Apache depends on a Confluence plugin that maintains a static mirrors of each site as it changes. This plugin is not supported by Atlassian, and breaks each time we upgrade Confluence. No one within Apache seems to want to maintain this plugin either.

        CQ5 has I believe been offered for free use by Apache and has built-in support for static export. Perhaps some volunteer will someday soon install and maintain CQ5 at Apache. So we might wait a bit before we move the Avro wiki from moin moin to see if this happens.
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        Doug Cutting added a comment - Bruce, there's also recently been talk of running Day's CQ5 at Apache. Apache depends on a Confluence plugin that maintains a static mirrors of each site as it changes. This plugin is not supported by Atlassian, and breaks each time we upgrade Confluence. No one within Apache seems to want to maintain this plugin either. CQ5 has I believe been offered for free use by Apache and has built-in support for static export. Perhaps some volunteer will someday soon install and maintain CQ5 at Apache. So we might wait a bit before we move the Avro wiki from moin moin to see if this happens.
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        Doug Cutting added a comment -
        Seems that Confluence is here to stay as a wiki at the ASF, that CQ5 would only be adopted as a CMS for websites, not for project wikis. So lets go ahead with this. Can we please have a Confluence wiki created for Avro?
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        Doug Cutting added a comment - Seems that Confluence is here to stay as a wiki at the ASF, that CQ5 would only be adopted as a CMS for websites, not for project wikis. So lets go ahead with this. Can we please have a Confluence wiki created for Avro?
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        Gavin added a comment -
        wiki created: https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/AVRO/Index

        brucem and scottcarey added and waiting other usernames.
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        Gavin added a comment - wiki created: https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/AVRO/Index brucem and scottcarey added and waiting other usernames.
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        Bruce Mitchener added a comment -
        Gavin,

        Please add these other usernames:

         * jmhodges
         * hammer
         * thiru

        That's all that I've gotten at this point in time.

        Thanks!
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        Bruce Mitchener added a comment - Gavin, Please add these other usernames:  * jmhodges  * hammer  * thiru That's all that I've gotten at this point in time. Thanks!
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        Gavin added a comment -
        Ok, done.
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        Gavin added a comment - Ok, done.
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        Doug Cutting added a comment -
        I'm confused. Shouldn't anyone be able to edit the wiki? We're not exporting this as the official website, so we don't need to limit edits to committers. Or is the intent to export this content to http://avro.apache.org/? In that case, we would need to limit edits to committers.
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        Doug Cutting added a comment - I'm confused. Shouldn't anyone be able to edit the wiki? We're not exporting this as the official website, so we don't need to limit edits to committers. Or is the intent to export this content to http://avro.apache.org/? In that case, we would need to limit edits to committers.

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            Reporter:
            Bruce Mitchener
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