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Move docs off of relishapp onto Cucumber Pro #199

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mattwynne opened this Issue Feb 21, 2018 · 7 comments

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mattwynne commented Feb 21, 2018

Hello,

We at Cucumber Ltd have a strategic plan to sunset https://relishapp.com and move everyone over to https://app.cucumber.pro

The RSpec project is our favourite user of Relish (it was @dchelimsky who was the main product owner right back when we first built it) and we're going to do our utmost to support you through the transition.

There's still one feature I think you'll need us to add to Cucumber Pro before you'll want to move over fully, which is the ability to group projects into "products" as you can currently do with the equivalent "publisher" on http://relishapp.com/rspec. That's on our roadmap for the next couple of months, so I thought it was time to flag this up with you and start testing everything else out.

Anyway, I'm making this ticket to start the conversation. If you'd like to get set up with an account on pro and try publishing docs to both Relish and Pro for an interim period, I'm available to walk one of you through it.

Let me know how you'd like to proceed.

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myronmarston commented Feb 21, 2018

Hi @mattwynne!

Thanks for bringing this to our attention. I think publishing to both services for a period sounds like the way to go. Are there any docs written up for how to migrate from relish to cucumber pro? I know there are other projects on relish that will need to migrate (VCR, for example) so the audience for this process is more than just us.

Once you shut down relish, do you have any plans to redirect to cucumber pro? There are lots of links out in the wild to the RSpec relish docs, and it would be unfortunate to break all those links.

One other thought: after rebuilding the rspec.info site, we moved the API docs there (as yard makes it easy to generate the docs as static html). Would it be feasible to do something similar for our cukes using cucumber pro's gherkin to html converter or something? Or are there significant features of cucumber pro that would be applicable to us that we'd be giving up by going that route (if it is in fact feasible)?

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mattwynne commented Feb 21, 2018

Hi @myronmarston thanks for getting back to me so fast.

There are no docs for this yet, no. I plan to write to all the Relish users, but I wanted to give you folks a more personal service.

Do you fancy popping into our Slack and I can help walk you through it?

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myronmarston commented Feb 23, 2018

It's kinda hit and miss when I have time to work on RSpec but I'll try stopping by soon.

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mattwynne commented Feb 23, 2018

Actually, if you can give me sufficient permissions on the RSpec repos to add webhooks, I can do it for you. Would that be helpful?

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myronmarston commented Feb 23, 2018

@mattwynne sure! Let me see if I can figure that out.

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myronmarston commented Feb 23, 2018

@mattwynne you should have access now. One thing to bear in mind is that we're likely going to be combining repositories soon (see rspec/rspec-core#2509). Not sure what affect that'll have on our use of webhooks for this but hopefully there'll be a straightforward path forward.

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mattwynne commented Jan 11, 2019

cc @tooky

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