Re: [GitLab] Easter gift, GitLab Pages are now enabled

I would like to clarify a bit more,

My intention when I created that Hugo template months ago was for streamline apps websites if we ever wanted something like that. So you can see that creating that webpage with the Hugo template I created is a few lines of content and everything else is managed automatically. For example one of the sections is simply:
date = "2015-07-18T14:08:29+02:00"
draft = false
img = "landscape.png"
weight = 1
orientation = "center"
Nautilus (Files) is a file manager created to fit the GNOME desktop design and behavior, giving the user a simple way to navigate and manage files.

And you have few of them like this for section separation, as done here.

What I'm not sure about is if this is easier to contribute and maintain than the wiki, with all the custom styling we do in the wiki I'm starting to think that it could be. On the other hand it's not very obvious the end result of the Hugo website is when looking at these templates.

Ultimately it depends on how we see it... the proposal is there.


On 30 March 2018 at 12:09, Carlos Soriano <csoriano gnome org> wrote:
Hey Xavier,

As I put in my email that websitr is a toy example I played with long ago and not something Nautilus plans to add.

Generically for GNOME there were some concerns of creating individual pages for projects, however those that already had a website will benefit from this feature.

Eventually this is up to the community, certainly there are many new features of GitLab like Pages that we can use more commonly, but imho we should try to not spread us too thin and end up with websites all around with no maintenance if we already have problems to maintain websites as important as or

That's my 2 cents. But again, ultimately up to the community, we now have the possibility to do so.


On Thu., 29 Mar. 2018, 20:56 , <xclaesse gmail com> wrote:

Does this means we are going to put project's website inside project's
git repo? So your nautilus-web example is ultimately going to be merged
into nautilus' git repo? Or I didn't understood? That would be awesome!

Xavier Claessens.

Le jeudi 29 mars 2018 à 19:54 +0200, Carlos Soriano a écrit :
> As the subject says, we have now support for GitLab Pages, thanks to
> Andrea.
> Take a look to the example I did for Nautilus with Hugo, which
> renders to this result. Gtk+, GIMP, Pitivi and the GUADEC website are
> some of the projects that will benefit.
> Feel free to share your feedback in the issue report.
> Happy holidays! 🍸
> PD: The website linked it's a toy, not something we actually plan to
> have for Nautilus.
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