[ovs-discuss] [OVN] New OVN website!

Miguel Angel Ajo Pelayo majopela at redhat.com
Wed Mar 18 16:45:16 UTC 2020

Yeah, I was talking to daniel this morning, and I didn't know you already
had content for something like that, and it looks pretty good.

You can  keep building the website in the ovn tree if you wanted... but
it's pretty packed with information already, and very
similar design, it just uses sphinx instead of hugo.

You have two options here

A) Letting readthedocs handle the web.

1) assigning the www.ovn.org CNAME to readthedocs.io
2) keeping the ovn.org -> www.ovn.org redirection

B)  Copying the github action scripts to the ovn repo, so it publishes to
the gh pages repository ovn-org.github.io

Or maybe you have good reasons to keep the two sites, I haven't thought
about that and I think it's up to you as community to
decide what makes more sense.

Cheers! :)

On Wed, Mar 18, 2020 at 5:35 PM Daniel Alvarez Sanchez <dalvarez at redhat.com>

> Hi folks,
> I created 'ovn-org.readthedocs.org' and linked it to my own OVN fork.
> Similarly as it happens with OVS, everytime there's a change it will
> trigger the doc build and update it. You can see a rendered version [0]
> that looks pretty good.
> Talking to Miguel he thinks that maybe we should have just this as the OVN
> website if we don't plan to add any other content anytime soon. I see the
> benefits of having the current site with a doc section that links to the
> rendered doc similarly as the OVS Website where talks, news, etc. are added.
> I don't have any strong opinion but thought that it may be worth raising
> it here.
> Thanks,
> Daniel
> [0] https://ovn-org.readthedocs.io/
> On Mon, Mar 16, 2020 at 12:41 PM Daniel Alvarez Sanchez <
> dalvarez at redhat.com> wrote:
>> Hi folks,
>> www.ovn.org is alive! Not really full of contents yet but PRs are
>> welcome [0].
>> Thanks Miguel (CC'ed) and everybody who helped.
>> As a second step it'd be awesome to have the manpages rendered there with
>> updated versions. IIUC from Ilya (CC'ed as well) we need to have
>> docs.ovn.org created and hosted at readthedocs.org. I'm not really
>> familiar with this process but I guess we can try to mimic what OVS was
>> doing so far?
>> Thanks a lot,
>> Daniel
>> [0] https://github.com/ovn-org/ovn-website/pulls

Miguel Ángel Ajo  @mangel_ajo <https://twitter.com/mangel_ajo>
OpenShift / Kubernetes / Network Federation team.
OSP / Networking DFG, OVN Squad Engineering
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