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Many OpenOffice.org pages are published in a multi sub-domain structure. See http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Infrastructure_Overview for details. With the exception that the main site is now hosted on kenai, this is probably accurate.

Partial active address list:

Project name

URL

Hosted at

About

http://about.openoffice.org

Kenai

API

http://api.openoffice.org

Kenai

Bugzilla

http://openoffice.org/bugzilla/

Kenai

Development

http://development.openoffice.org

Kenai

Distribution

http://distribution.openoffice.org

Kenai

Documentation

http://documentation.openoffice.org

Kenai

Download

http://download.openoffice.org

Kenai

Main page

http://www.openoffice.org

Kenai

Marketing

http://marketing.openoffice.org

Kenai

Native pages list

http://l10n.openoffice.org

Kenai

Projects list and individual addresses (146 projects)

http://projects.openoffice.org

Kenai

Support

http://support.openoffice.org

Kenai

 

 

 

Extensions

http://extensions.services.openoffice.org

OSUOSL

Forums

http://user.services.openoffice.org

Oracle

Templates

http://templates.services.openoffice.org

OSUOSL

Wiki

http://wiki.services.openoffice.org

Oracle

also see OpenOffice Domains for a more complete list. Generally, any project has its own URL.

A sitemap of the webpages located on kenai.com is add'ed above. Same NLC projects are missed cause tecnical issues. (e.g. es.oo.o)

Archive create

Possible:

  1. Web content checkout via SVN URL.
    In the AOOo project in https://svn.apache.org/viewvc/incubator/ooo/trunk/tools/dev/ is a script and web project list that automates checkout and update.
    Look for fetch-all-web.sh and web-list.txt. The text file needs to be edited. The script performs svn update on existing project directories to save time.
    Here is the how to do it individually.
    Syntax:
    svn co https://svn.openoffice.org/svn/<$projectname>~webcontent your_local_dir
    Example:
    svn co https://svn.openoffice.org/svn/download~webcontent download --> to get all website content from the download project
    Do it analog with the other projects.
  2. Wiki: database dump (Clayton Cornell is able to help with this). Clayton is no longer an available resource.  TerryE has dumps and full VM copies of both the wiki and forums. Use me (TerryE) as a source (subject to access approvals).
  3. Bugzilla: I hope, ORACLE will provide a database dump if not, we can use XML export. Bugzilla can import this XML's.
  4. Forums: As I know we have admins of the OOo user forums in our group, they can make a dump of the database via the PHPbb admin interface.
  5. Extensions and Templates: We really need to backup this. AFIAK the servers of this services are not hosted by ORACLE, they are hosted at OSUOSL.
  6. Use wget

Note: I (rbircher) have allready a script to make a serie checkout of all projects, the only thing that I need is a .txt file who lists all project names (line break separated)

Todo plan

  1. Create full sub-domains list (Substantial progress)
  2. Create archive (can do it in a people.apache.org account. (development, documentation, download, projects, and www take 2.7GB.)
  3. Determine how to deal with current "projects" (many!): what to do with per project mailing list; combine or eliminate projects? (See OpenOffice Domains for suggestions on web sites.) We especially need to discuss/migrate mailing lists if still active (i.e. activity since Jan, 2011).
  4. Selecting needed content
  5. Move contents to new pages or directly import SVN checkouts from OO.o site.
  6. Contact project heads via e-mail to ascertain continued interest if needed.

3 Comments

  1. Do we have a backup place sameware? I have not enough place on my webserver to backup all this stuff. The Backup will be big I don't know how many GB, but only BugZilla has over 10 GB if you make a XML export.

  2. On the SVN adress is only download page. Could You remember how it's work after migration from CVS to SVN?

    I have 300GB on local disk and 100GB (hosting) + somethink like 300-500GB on dedicated server.

    We have more access to bugzilla (exported data). If we haven't more access levels or much more from other sources, my wget copy have: http://www.openoffice.org
    Big part of users forums contents and wiki.

    Of couse this is in raw html and is creating for archive.

    1. The SVN adress from above is only a exemple. to be more preciese: https://svn.openoffice.org/svn/(project)~webcontent your_dir

      It means the site http://de.openoffice.org you can checkout via https://svn.openoffice.org/svn/de-webcontent your_dir

      We have a load of projects and each one has it's own SVN repository.