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Blogs Aggregator (Planet) for the MySQL Community

This repository contains the configuration required to generate the contents of Planet for the MySQL Community.

The current version of this file can be found in (1).

(1): https://github.com/oursqlcommunity-org/planet/blob/master/README.md

Software

The system is built using the Planet Pluto Feed Reader and (Static) Website Generator.

Dependencies

Planet Pluto Software

As this system is built using the Planet Pluto Software, it needs to be installed first.

A Web Server

Planet Pluto only generates static web pages. For serving these you need a web server. Explaining how to install and configure a web server is out of scope of this README, you will need to Google it.

The Nginx configuration currently used can be found in (2).

(2): https://github.com/oursqlcommunity-org/planet/blob/master/etc/nginx/sites-available/planet-beta-pluto

A Planet Pluto Template

Planet Pluto needs a template for generating static web pages. The template of Planet for the MySQL Community can be found in the template directory of this repository.

This template was bootstrapped with the OpenStreetMap Blogs (OSMB) template, which was started by taking the planet-blank template and enriched with the planet-feeds template.

The OSMB template was then modified to fit the Planet for MySQL Community Requirements.

Static Files Generation How-to

  1. Install Planet Pluto, below commands are doing that for Debian 10.
sudo apt-get -y install ruby-full build-essential libsqlite3-dev
sudo gem install pluto
  1. Clone this repository.
git clone https://github.com/oursqlcommunity-org/planet.git
  1. In the directory of the clonned repository, run below command to build the planet_mysql_community template with output in the html directory.
pluto build planet.ini -t planet_mysql_community -o ./html
  • To generate the static files without fetching the feeds, run this command:
pluto merge -t planet_mysql_community -o ./html
  • To fetch the feeds feeds and update planet.db without generating static files, run this command:
pluto update

Feed Policy

The policy of what feeds are suitable for inclusion, along with guidance on how to propose changes to the feeds list, is available in the file aggregation_and_content_policy.md.

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