Re: Plone Infrastructure

We should start discussing the infrastructure needed for the revamped
wgo, otherwise it will be too late and...

wgo is currently a bunch of mostly-text pages managed via CVS, which is
a setting that doesn't consume much resources. This situation will
change radically on March 14th 2007, though:

- Website managed by

- More pages with more graphics

- Translations in many languages (maybe not in March, but surely later)

The new site will be publicly released the same day GNOME 2.18 is
released, a typical peak in our web servers. This is why Ramon is asking
about hits per second on those peaks.

Ramon has kindly provided a development site:
This will become wgo 2.18 alpha, beta... Ideally we should move to the
GNOME infrastructure early in the beta phase, so we have time to fix
whatever we find.

On Fri, 2006-11-03 at 14:37 +0100, Ramon Navarro Bosch wrote:
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> Hi !
> I'm Ramon Navarro, Plone wgo coordinator. I was thinking about
> requirements on this project and I would like to know some things that
> are necessary :
> *  the maximum hits per second we get in wgo, I guess we should have a
> look to the logs during the releases
> * is LDAP integration usefull ? Do you prefer to use the LDAP users
> and create LDAP groups for mapping editor/review roles on Plone ?
> The first idea was to :
> * Have a plone intance on a zope distributed server ( ZEO ) maybe with
> two machines and a fronted with caching polices ( Varnish or Squid )
> What do you thing about that ? What OS are we using ?
> /Ramon
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