Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of hct


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Dec 28, 2012, 12:48:23 PM (7 years ago)
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Jamie McClelland
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    12= Here Comes Trouble =
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     4== Overview ==
    35`Here Comes Trouble` (htc) is a package for helping the support team with communications during an outage. It facilitates communicating service advisory messages to MF/PL members.
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    57htc consists of the following components:
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    7  * messages git repo - this is a git repository with three subdirectories:
     9 * messages git repo - this repo contains all service advisory messages in raw format as well as message and web templates. There is one messages repo for the live installation and one for the dev installation. Each repo has three subdirectories:
    810  * templates - pre-written and translated templates for common service advisories
    911  * queue - messages queued for translation or approval
     
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    1820htc is designed to require only a workstation with the appropriate (and reasonably up-to-date) software installed and Internet access between the workstation and jojobe.mayfirst.org (our server hosted in the UK).
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     22== Getting Started ==
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     24hct can function on either a live or dev installation. As of December 2012 we only have a dev installation running.
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     26 * Checkout a copy of trouble via git:
     27{{{
     28git clone git://git.mayfirst.org/mfpl/trouble
     29}}}
     30 * Optionally symlink it in your ~/bin directory
     31 * Checkout a copy of the messages repo:
     32{{{
     33git clone hct-dev@jojobe.mayfirst.org:/srv/hct-dev/messages/repo-hub
     34}}}
     35 * Try releasing a message:
     36{{{
     37cd /path/to/messages/repo
     38trouble message
     39}}}
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    2041== trouble ==