Peter Eisentraut wrote:
> Bruce Momjian writes:
> > How often does the postgresql.org site build the SGML files?
> Whenever something changes.
How often does the SGML check, or is it tied into CVS commit and happens
> > And just
> > last week the News build failed because it lost execution bits.
> Uh, so? Your reasoning is that because some unrelated program on an
> unrelated machine breaks, we should abandon all work on all programs on
> machines in the the DNS domain?
It means there is still too much instability in the running processes on
those machines, yea.
> > I still
> > don't trust dynamic content on postgresql.org to work reliably.
> Well, if something doesn't work, please help fixing it rather than
> duplicating it. Your build breaks just as often as anything else.
> (Remember last week.) And I want to know when the postgresql.org build
> was ever broken in the last two years.
It broke because the style sheet requirements changed, not because
something on my machine broke. Yes, mine has broken in the past too,
but I don't see a problem with too builds.
> Right now it just seems like a waste of resources and it confuses the
OK, you still haven't told me how often the postgresql.org build runs.
If it is frequent enough, we can remove my link and re-add it if
postgresql.org breaks again.
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