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Create jabylon.org domain #136

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jutzig opened this Issue Dec 6, 2013 · 7 comments

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jutzig commented Dec 6, 2013

We need a domain to host the project and the documentation.

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svogt commented Dec 9, 2013

Domain is registered. What else needs to be done, server side? Or can this issue be closed already?

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jutzig commented Dec 9, 2013

We'll need at least a way to deploy to a maven repository (e.g. ssh) and deploy html content for a maven site and documentation.
The maven repository also needs to be delivered by a webserver.
But we can handle those as seperate issues if you prefer

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svogt commented Dec 11, 2013

I just wanted to compile a list of things to do. This issue is fine to track them. So far we have

  • Register domain jabylon.org
  • Setup a Maven repository for our dependencies
  • Deploy a Maven generated site or documentation to it
  • Run the Demo server there (for easier continuous deployments)?
  • Host the Jabylon update center there (aka an OBR repository)? done via the normal Maven repo
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jutzig commented Dec 11, 2013

As for the maven repository, we can initially seed it with the one on esd, containing the eclipse artifacts.
The update center is feed by an OBR repository, yes. The OBR metadata will be attached automatically to the maven repository when deploying remotely.

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svogt commented Jan 13, 2014

Maven repo synced from esd4j, now available at http://www.jabylon.org/maven

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jutzig commented Jan 13, 2014

Awesome!

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svogt commented Jan 14, 2014

Demo stays on rhcloud, OBR sits along the Maven repo if I got that correct, so closing the issue

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