On 02/21/2014 05:38 AM, E. Liddell wrote: > I have no idea when the actual deployment will take place. I still have to > produce matching skins for Bugzilla and the wiki (I may need to get in touch > with you off-list about the new wiki at some point). Darrell is the one doing > most of the content retouch, and he's a very busy guy right now. E., We may also want to look at doing a bit of data-collection with mysql and also look at how we can use/incorporate a data backend to keep the data current. The integration is straightforward. The website template has a small visitor database it uses, but beyond that, there are limitless possibilities for using database driven content in the site. Especially with projects like TDE. For example, the build order and requirements could be automatically generated such that changes to the way TDE builds (i.e. cmake for X, autotools for Y) are automatically updated on the site as well without user intervention. The more we can do in that regard now, the less maintenance there will be later on. That's just an example, but anything we can do to set the site up so that it is data-driven rather than "somebody has to update the site each time X changes", the better off we will be -- less maintenance, less maintenance, less maintenance... -- David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.