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Re: [Bug-wget] Adoption to content management systems

From: Tim Rühsen
Subject: Re: [Bug-wget] Adoption to content management systems
Date: Fri, 07 Jul 2017 17:02:34 +0200
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Hello Michael,

On Freitag, 7. Juli 2017 12:17:18 CEST Michael wrote:
> Hello,
> I intend to do some changes to the wget program so it will fit the WordPress
> and other content management systems. I will send you the revised code when
> I am done.
> These are very important changes as it will enable us to keep the content
> management system in the backend and generate static html pages out of it:
> 1.    Security - the place of the content management system remains hidden
> from crackers and virus developers.
> 2.    Speed - static html pages loads much faster than program generated
> program (such as php).
> 3.    Site integrity - we can see the generated site structure and take
> actions to optimize it.
> 4.    File names will be normal file name rather than "index?p=41.html".
> I have created requirement document for it. I want to get your feedback on
> it before I start coding:
> https://docs.google.com/document/d/1vo-gUg_rn7H6whpYgFq9K5TkP7fEi3DvMbVNwOhs
> WE8/edit?usp=sharing

Thanks for your writing and your thoughts !

You cover a few points that already have been asked for and I would appreciate 
it if you are going to work on the points in your document.

We are currently working on Wget2[1], so please consider to put new features/
code in here as well. The basic steps are
- sign up at Gitlab
- fork [1]
- add the new option (maybe --generate-static is better than --wordpress !?)
- add the first piece (script code)
- add one or more test cases (in tests/)
- create a MR (Merge Request) and we review your code

Let us know if you have questions.
Feel free to open issues at [1].

Happy coding ! :-)

[1] https://gitlab.com/gnuwget/wget2

> Thank you,
> Michael

With Best Regards, Tim

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