On Sat, 1 May 2021 at 01:36, Ben Cotton <bcotton(a)redhat.com> wrote:
I like it overall. I'm a little concerned about the backend.
work better to have "outageStarts" and "outageEnds" timestamps in
file for each outage so that the person handling it doesn't have to
both with moving the files into the right directory?
At the moment the date metadata item time stamp is essentially the
outagestart. This field is required by pelican, and is used for sorting
Making it automatically recategorize when the time ticks over is kind of
not possible. As the site would have to be regenerated anyway.
Or maybe just use
labels instead (I'm not familiar enough with Pelican to know how
flexible it would be in that regard).
Ongoing, proposed and resolved are just categories in a blog type context.
By default, pelican lets a user set the category in the md file metadata,
however I set up this example to use the directories, to make it simpler to
edit an ongoing or proposed entry. Over time there are going to be a lot of
resolved entries to sift through to find the one proposed or ongoing one.
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