[tdwg-tag] proxying rs.tdwg.org to google code
rogerhyam at mac.com
Mon Nov 30 17:55:08 CET 2009
Thanks for this.
One thing we need is a rewrite rule to do
as the namespaces hide the file extension. The extension should probably actually be .owl now and may be something else in the future I guess.
The other thing that may need discussing is that we lose the human readable form by making this move.
Should we generate OWL docs or something similar? They could be hosted almost anywhere and we could have a comment in the head of the files telling people to go there.
On 30 Nov 2009, at 16:46, Markus Döring (GBIF) wrote:
> Hi TAG,
> we had talked about proxying some of the rs.tdwg.org subversion site
> to different google code projects.
> I have setup 2 test proxies for darwin core and the new ontology
> project using these URLs:
> I wasnt sure if this solution was fully agreed on at TDWG, so I am
> seeking for advice.
> I very much like this solution, which gives us the advantage of having
> google code exposed via the tdwg.org domain. And it frees us from
> having to sync different copies.
> If there are no objections I would love to replace the /dwc and
> potentially also the /ontology part of rs.tdwg.org.
> But before making this switch some files on google seem to need
> adjustments in regards of absolute/relative links and html redirects.
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