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Re: [Qemu-devel] my attempt at new QEMU website

From: Paolo Bonzini
Subject: Re: [Qemu-devel] my attempt at new QEMU website
Date: Thu, 20 Oct 2016 14:06:22 +0200
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On 20/10/2016 04:14, Fam Zheng wrote:
> On Wed, 10/19 12:53, Paolo Bonzini wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> another small PSA. :)  I have created a small but hopefully useful
>> example of a new QEMU website at http://qemu-bonzini.rhcloud.com/.  The
>> site aims at providing and also a home for blog posts about QEMU.
>> The site resides in a single git tree, so that requests to modify the
>> pages (and even blog posts :)) can be posted to qemu-devel as usual.
>> The blog post in there is dummy, and the "blog" link will be removed
>> from navigation until there's a first post, if the site goes online.
>> The site is designed to live together with the wiki and provide a
>> migration path for qemu-project.org, from the wiki to a standalone
>> website.  For example:
>> - http://qemu-bonzini.rhcloud.com/Download redirects to the new page
>> http://qemu-bonzini.rhcloud.com/download
>> - http://qemu-bonzini.rhcloud.com/BiteSizedTasks redirects to the wiki
>> page http://wiki.qemu-project.org/BiteSizedTasks
>> - http://qemu-bonzini.rhcloud.com/foobar is a 404 page
>> Impressions, ideas and lart-ing for my feeble attempts at Javascript
>> (now I understand why people are so keen on stackoverflow!) and graphic
>> design are welcome.  (Yes, the icons in the homepage are not definitive).
> In download page, should putting Linux commands in <pre></pre> look better, 
> like
> in macOS? (also applies to the git command line in contribute page).

The problem is that there are many such lines.  I've now tried a
compromise where all monospaced font has the grey background.


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