> -----Original Message-----
> From: Andreas Grabmüller [mailto:webmaster(at)letzplay(dot)de]
> Sent: 30 August 2003 22:55
> To: Dave Page; webmaster(at)letzplay(dot)de; pgsql-www(at)postgresql(dot)org
> Subject: Re: [pgsql-www] Status update
> Hi Dave,
> It *should* work fine - there are many .htm files in the
> cache directory, also the layout and files directory. The
> only thing missing is a nice index page and they can simply
> mirror the cache directory. The only pages not
> cached/mirrored currently are download.htm and mirrors.htm as
> the mirrors-near-you-feature need php.
Sorry for the delay, however I've been extremely busy recently.
It looks good to me from here - I have rsync'd a copy, and that seems OK. I take it the idea is that the tools/rebuildcache script will replace the current scripts that build the whole site? How quickly does it run - the current stuff takes only a few minutes.
If you can sort a mirrorable index page, and bring the content/design up to date then I think we're ready to go.
What does everyone else think? I'd like to hear more opinions before making such a large change to the site live.
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