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Unify web sites #71

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ctrueden opened this Issue May 1, 2014 · 1 comment

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ctrueden commented May 1, 2014

There are multiple overlapping subdomains right now: mirror.imagej.net, developer.imagej.net, wiki.imagej.net. The goal is to unify them to all serve the same content from imagej.net with smart delegation: legacy URLs go to the mirror content, wiki pages load from the wiki, etc.

The front page of imagej.net will become a splash page, with links to ImageJ2, ImageJ1 and Fiji. (The current ImageJ1 front will still get its own URL, imagej1.html or similar).

One challenge is to unify the Drupal and MediaWiki portions somehow. The current plan is to migrate everything from Drupal to MediaWiki and ditch Drupal completely in favor of using wiki.imagej.net as the basis for everything.

Migrated-From: http://trac.imagej.net/ticket/1665, http://trac.imagej.net/ticket/1700, http://trac.imagej.net/ticket/1782

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ctrueden commented Jul 17, 2014

We have made tons of progress on this issue. The domain http://imagej.net/ now directs to http://imagej.net/Welcome as a front page, but you can also visit http://imagej.net/index.html for the base of the ImageJ 1.x documentation. Basically the site proxies to either http://wiki.imagej.net/ or http://mirror.imagej.net/ as appropriate. Big thanks to @dscho for pairing with me on that.

I have also migrated most of http://developer.imagej.net/ onto the ImageJ wiki now, with redirects in place. There are still 148 pages left on the developer site, but not all of them need to migrate.

Once the migration is complete, I will write a news post about it and send a mail with the announcement.

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