[lustre-discuss] wiki.lustre.org - input on community content
jmiller at cray.com
Tue Apr 28 14:00:26 PDT 2015
I’d like to request a Testing section where I can migrate some of the
wiki.old.lustre.org content to and begin updating it.
On 4/28/15, 3:50 PM, "Christopher J. Morrone" <morrone2 at llnl.gov> wrote:
>Sure, no problem! I just added a Monitoring section to the sidebar for
>On 04/28/2015 01:25 PM, Scott Nolin wrote:
>> Thank you for clarifying the OpenSFS vs lustre.org thing Chris, this
>> makes sense to me.
>> That makes it even easier. So my suggestions now mostly boil down to
>> getting links to category information in the sidebar. I'm guessing that
>> can either be done manually by a site admin or with a mediawiki
>> extension of some kind.
>> Thanks again,
>> On 4/28/2015 3:11 PM, Christopher J. Morrone wrote:
>>> On 04/28/2015 11:58 AM, Scott Nolin wrote:
>>>> With the new lustre.org and wiki.lustre.org site there is an
>>>> to make this a more useful tool for community involvement with Lustre.
>>>> Here are my ideas for how to arrange the new site. I know Chris
>>>> and OpenSFS members are interested in what the community can do with
>>>> Please weigh in with your ideas too.
>>>> 1) Top Level / Menu Bar links should lead to all the content. This
>>>> requires some site-level editoral work to make it sensible.
>>>> 2) Make a section for OpenSFS type links - I'm thinking the kind of
>>>> stuff that is already there, such as 'Development' 'Projects" and so
>>>> - probably news and announcements too.
>>> Granted, OpenSFS plays a large part in planning and funding Lustre
>>> releases and development work, but those wiki pages are explicitly
>>> to be Lustre-centric rather than OpenSFS-centric.
>>>> 3) Make another section for community content. This should be also in
>>>> the menu bar.
>>> I don't think that we want to do that. Our stance should be that the
>>> entire wiki is community content. We don't want to split the
>>> wiki.lustre.org into community and non-community sections. For things
>>> that are genuinely OpenSFS specific, they will remain on OpenSFS's
>>> I believe that EOFS will do the same.
>>> For instance, it is my intent that
>>> http://wiki.opensfs.org/Lustre_Working_Group remain on the OpenSFS
>>> The OpenSFS contracts will be tracked on OpenSFS's wiki. But much of
>>> the output of our LWG work and contracts will result in generally
>>> applicable Lustre documentation that we will feed to the lustre.org
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