I like the GitHub approach too.
I have a question.
Does this approach preclude use of front-end frameworks in the website?
Mohan S Nayaka
On 04-Jun-2017 11:05 AM, "Raghavendra Kamath"
On 2017 May 15 12:57:18, Raghavendra Kamath wrote:
On 2017 May 15 12:33:59, Rahul Upakare wrote:
> How about installing a wiki software? It allows anyone to
> contribute/maintain the content and encourages the philosophy we all
While it is true that wiki software (media wiki etc) allows anyone with
edit the pages,
in my opinion, it will be a bit overkill just for
And also wiki will be missfit for the job, aesthetically and may not be
Meanwhile anyone with a github account can contribute to the website if
going in github route.
also having statically generated website means
portability of the
content, you just have to copy static html files when moving
just needs a server with apache or nginx, no need of php, mysql etc.
while mediawiki and other cms need additional
packages and database
management and maintenance is something that I think we are
Another plus point with statically generated website on github (or any
repository, gitlab too has pages support) is that if the volunteer
maintaining the website somehow is not available or gets busy with life,
someone else can fork it and continue to maintain
Is there any consensus within the group regarding this matter?
Anyone has any suggestion on this?
While looking at the discussion and suggestions made until now. Static
website with GitHub or gitlab pages has more support.
Anyone has access to the domain "www.ilug-bom.org.in", Can we link it to
the new website when me make it?