Your opinion on my version of Common-Lisp.net website
ehuels at gmail.com
Tue Oct 9 19:58:00 UTC 2018
In the mean time, we have set up Mariano's proposed site on
https://new.common-lisp.net/ , done some more development on it and I think
that if there are no immediate remarks or issues, we should want to move to
the next step, which would be to put the site live on the main domain. One
of the things we already did was to set up a pipeline to deploy the site
after it's been built successfully. This hopefully helps to maintain the
>From there, we can work to extend the site generator to generate a news
page from Markdown (instead of requiring its maintenance in HTML) and to
solve other issues that currently exist in the clo/cl-site project.
Note that this is a very nice step in the right direction: we'd be moving
away from generating our site based on a Ruby site generator to a generator
built with CL.
On Thu, Jun 28, 2018 at 7:25 PM Mariano Montone <marianomontone at gmail.com>
> El 16/05/18 a las 09:38, Mariano Montone escribió:
> >> I’ll try to get back to you in the next couple days about next
> intermediate steps. Please ping me next week if you haven’t heard from me.
> >> Sincerely,
> >> Mark Evenson
> I know we are in the middle of the World Cup :-) . But what can I do
> next to make progress with the site? Has someone else apart from Mark
> looked to the site?
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