Infrastructure
  1. Infrastructure
  2. INFRA-5792

CloudStack would like to change it's wiki->html stylesheet.

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      The Confluence export-to-html feature appears to make use of stylesheet, and some folks within ACS would like to change it. Documentation suggests it needs full admin privileges to do so, which exceeds space admin karma that I possess.

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        #asfinfra IRC Bot added a comment -
        <pctony> Can you point us at the docs that suggest you need full admin? We dont currently believe this is the case.
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        #asfinfra IRC Bot added a comment - <pctony> Can you point us at the docs that suggest you need full admin? We dont currently believe this is the case.
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        #asfinfra IRC Bot added a comment -
        <pctony> Also, for the record - We arent actively working on keeping the plugin compatible as we upgrade confluence. It's likely going to break.
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        #asfinfra IRC Bot added a comment - <pctony> Also, for the record - We arent actively working on keeping the plugin compatible as we upgrade confluence. It's likely going to break.
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        #asfinfra IRC Bot added a comment -
        <pctony> We only support the 'auto-export' tool. If you are not trying to use this, I suggest you switch. That said we will not be supporting this once the upgrades to confluence (required, for security etc) happens if it breaks.
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        #asfinfra IRC Bot added a comment - <pctony> We only support the 'auto-export' tool. If you are not trying to use this, I suggest you switch. That said we will not be supporting this once the upgrades to confluence (required, for security etc) happens if it breaks.
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        David Nalley added a comment -
        So to make sure we are talking about the same thing (I may be mistaken) the html rendering for cwiki uses the autoexport plugin, right? (e.g. the stuff at http://cwiki.cloudstack.org/CLOUDSTACK (which has a footer that suggests that it is using the autoexport plugin).

        This page (1/2 of the page is about installing the autoexport template, but the template management piece below is pertinent)
        https://cwiki.apache.org/DIRxDEV/exporting-a-confluence-space-as-a-website.html

        As well as:
        http://shiro.apache.org/confluence-auto-export.html

        Which suggests sending an updated velocity template to a confluence admin.
        I am not necessarily seeking full-admin privs, but need the current source, and will likely need to cycle through several iterations of edits to this.


        The space admin does have access to a function called 'templates' but it doesn't appear to be autoexport templates.

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        David Nalley added a comment - So to make sure we are talking about the same thing (I may be mistaken) the html rendering for cwiki uses the autoexport plugin, right? (e.g. the stuff at http://cwiki.cloudstack.org/CLOUDSTACK (which has a footer that suggests that it is using the autoexport plugin). This page (1/2 of the page is about installing the autoexport template, but the template management piece below is pertinent) https://cwiki.apache.org/DIRxDEV/exporting-a-confluence-space-as-a-website.html As well as: http://shiro.apache.org/confluence-auto-export.html Which suggests sending an updated velocity template to a confluence admin. I am not necessarily seeking full-admin privs, but need the current source, and will likely need to cycle through several iterations of edits to this. The space admin does have access to a function called 'templates' but it doesn't appear to be autoexport templates.
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        Gavin added a comment -
        David now has the required karma, anyone else goes through him to apply any changes.
        David catch me on IRC if you want to know where things are.
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        Gavin added a comment - David now has the required karma, anyone else goes through him to apply any changes. David catch me on IRC if you want to know where things are.

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            David Nalley
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