Good news. :) The www.aeolusproject.org website now runs
completely out of GitHub Pages.
(technically, www.aeolusproject.org is now a CNAME redirect
This makes updating the website very quick and simple.
Everything in the new GitHub repo is in Markdown (kramdown
variety), with the website automatically regenerated on
every new commit:
To change anything, just submit a pull request like a standard
GitHub project now. :)
Page regeneration happens within a few minutes of every merge.
If anyone needs it, the repo for the old nanoc based website is
+ The temporary redirects from www.aeolusproject.org/redmine
to redmine.aeolusproject.org don't work any more.
To link to the Redmine site from here on, you have to use
the https://redmine.aeolusproject.org/redmine URL.
Several people need thanking for their work on this:
* Francesco Vollero for the idea to use GitHub Pages in the
first place, then creating the initial concept website to
show it works, plus getting the DNS changes done.
* Matt Wagner for writing up the initial ToDo list plan,
moving Redmine to it's own subdomain, and creating all of
the apache rewrite rules.
* Jason Guiditta for the GitHub repo admin-ing.
* Myself for bulk converting the old website contents to
Regards and best wishes,
Aeolus Community Manager