Re: GJS documentation browser: follow up and hosting

On Thu, Jun 23, 2016 at 2:34 PM <philip chimento gmail com> wrote:
Hi list,

About 6 months ago I announced a documentation browser for the GJS bindings [1], which has lived at ever since the 2016 developer experience hackfest.

Unfortunately I've had to take the AWS hosting down since I found out the AWS free plan lasts 6 months, instead of 12 as I thought.

My first question is, did people find it useful enough that I should look around for alternative hosting? If so, the second question is, is there any way to host it on GNOME infrastructure?

As for other free hosting solutions, OpenShift has an attractive never-ending free plan. I looked into it 6 months ago, but they did not have a Ruby 2.2 cartridge available. If you're familiar with OpenShift and have some ideas on how to get this up and running, I'd appreciate hearing from you.

For reference, here are my instructions for setting up the app on an AWS EC2 instance running RHEL 7 [2]. Setting it up on any major Linux distribution on a VM would be very similar.

Philip C

I am happy to report, at long last, that we now have a permanent home for the current incarnation of the GJS documentation browser: [1]. Thanks to Everaldo Canuto, Patrick Griffis, and Dustin Falgout for helping get the website back online, and to Nuveo for sponsoring the hosting.

More information: [2]

Philip C


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