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Re: [MirageOS-devel] Canopy and Liveblogging

On 19/10/2016 10:13, Anil Madhavapeddy wrote:
>> On Wed, Oct 19, 2016, 5:32 PM Gemma Gordon <gg417@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I've also got a slightly rushed PR of the various changes that went into the 
> ICFP 2016 Canopy deployment here, including Mirage3 API support:
> https://github.com/Engil/Canopy/pull/62

Since there are several instances running Canopy with MirageOS2 (and no
releases of Canopy), I'd take the same approach as e.g.
ocaml-git/mirage-skeleton: master works with opam repo released
software, a mirage-dev branch works with MirageOS3.  Your PR includes
cosmetic changes (which should be a separate PR, to be merged into
master), some workarounds (git / "temporary" CSS fix -- which should be
properly fixed), and Mirage3 support (which should target mirage-dev).
If you cleanup that PR, I'm happy to have the individual bits merged.

>> I also made a few small changes to the mirage-canopy site to cover the 
>> Docker summit: http://canopy.mirage.io/Liveblogand wrote summaries of each 
>> talk plus Q&As. The focus of the summit was distributed systems, and much of 
>> the work featured was open-source, OCaml-related, or relevant to Mirage e.g. 
>> the TUF Framework: http://canopy.mirage.io/Liveblog/TUFDDS2016

I am slightly confused what the intended layout is - the Liveblog now
contains a chunk of not-really-Mirage/OCaml related posts without any
indication why they are there (such as an event name).  It seems like it
needs another iteration on the intended structure, maybe even with more
code support (such as nested directories, having those in
/liveblog/dockersummit/<entry> would be much more intuitive, at least
for me).


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