oldish websites

Jeremy Whiting jpwhiting at kde.org
Sat Oct 11 01:12:35 BST 2014

Ok, the obvious ones are done.

On Fri, Oct 10, 2014 at 1:59 PM, Jeremy Whiting <jpwhiting at kde.org> wrote:
> Hey all,
> The other day we moved accessibility.kde.org's content from svn to
> git. I got an rsync of svn and made the simple rules and got it done.
> Since I have a setup now I thought I'd go through the rest of the
> websites currently at http://websvn.kde.org/trunk/www/sites/ and
> migrate/kill the rest of them. In talking with Ingo and Ben on
> #kde-www we made a list of the rest of them and I thought I'd get some
> consensus on what to do with a few of them. Feel free to +1 if you
> agree or let me know your thoughts otherwise.
> The list to migrate to git for sure:
> buzz
> games
already moved ages ago
> kde-ev
Will move tomorrow
> kdemail
> kdetalk
> konqueror
> kphotoalbum
> mac
gone, was old and a rewrite was in place
> multimedia
already moved ages ago
> okular
already moved ages ago
> planet
already moved ages ago
> wiki
done, though wiki-kde-org was taken for our mediawiki sources, so used
wiki-launch for wiki.kde.org content
> windows
done, was just a redirect
> www
Will do after the others are done
> Questionable:
> bugsquad
Gone, website was taken down already anyway.
> discover <-- this seems to mostly be in drupal already, but the theme
> is pulled from svn still
> dolphin
Will migrate to userbase and techbase as time permits
> kate
Gone, already was a redirect to kate-editor.org
> kopete
> solaris
> quality
> usability <-- just a redirect, will change from index.php redirect to
> apache rewrite soon.
gone, redirect in place

Any thoughts on kopete, or solaris or developer are welcome


> The I have no idea since it's complex:
> developer
> If anyone maintains any of the above projects and would like to
> migrate some of this content in the "questionable" section feel free
> to move the content to userbase or www.kde.org application page or
> whatnot and we can redirect the domain to the userbase page or
> application page. If anyone disagrees with any of this speak up now.
> I'll wait a week or so before killing anything without an ack from the
> maintainer.
> thanks,
> Jeremy

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