[Plone-conference] Why nuke the 2014 site?
lrowe at shuttlethread.com
Tue Sep 15 20:33:30 UTC 2015
I don't think it makes sense to spend too much time maintaining lots of old
Plone sites. Perhaps just making a flat mirror of the content once the
conference is over and the content no longer needs to be managed.
Otherwise there is always the waybackmachine:
On 15 September 2015 at 11:51, T. Kim Nguyen <nguyen at plone.org> wrote:
> Should we add a stipulation that future conference (and other
> PF-sanctioned event) proposals must include having the event web site set
> up so it can be (and is) transferred to the PF to ensure future access to
> the content?
> I decided to move the PSM13 and PSM14 sites off UW Oshkosh servers (to a
> Linode I run) to try to better preserve them. What could we do now to
> preserve these and other sites?
> On Tue, Sep 15, 2015 at 1:48 PM, Chris Calloway <cbc at unc.edu> wrote:
>> On 9/14/2015 7:06 AM, Jean Jordaan wrote:
>>> The 2014 talks are nowhere on plone.org, and 2014.ploneconf.org is now
>>> redirecting to 2015.ploneconf.org
>> Yes, it is not good to nuke old conference sites.
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