I added the content I had crawled including css adapted to what our site uses currently to site/mahout_cms, also created an
INFRA-6959 ticket. We are to notify once we are happy with the cms based site to ship it to production.
What needs to be done before having this site go live:
- delete documentation that is irrelevant or mis-leading by now
- fix pages with broken formatting to proper markdown
- add pictures and graphs where they are missing
- delete pages that we are going to provide through cms from confluence
Most of the above should be possible with the Apache CMS in-browser editor - AFAIK no need to touch svn directly unless you want to, but those with more cms experience can provide the details here.
Some pieces of history I found while digging through our site generation: Currently our site is based on svnpubsub (see also
INFRA-4441 that Sean kindly pointed me at).
There were some efforts being done back in mid 2012 to move to Apache CMS - see also mailing list discussion here: http://find.searchhub.org/document/d70ba51a99710ee2#d70ba51a99710ee2 and commit in revision number r1360593 - apparently nothing moved forward from there on so in revision r1491001 this summer the whole stub was deleted.