[Planetlab-devel] PLCWWW merge
rmoran at CS.Princeton.EDU
Tue Mar 4 11:51:17 EST 2008
Most of the work we have been doing on the web is rebuilding the code
into an OOP code base rather than the massive amounts of scripts that
just contain lots of duplicated code. Lots of this code is not checked
in right now as it is being tested on our test server and not to be
included in the nightlies. Also, often the code on our live website
differs fairly substantially than the code checked into build, this is
because we expose a lot of things on PlanetLab that are not apart of
I would love to poke around on your live website if I can register an
account? Unless it is exactly the same as the module checked in, then I
can just build that over here and poke around. Either way tho,
everything is much easier to see in a web GUI when you have a real
populated db and can see real world data.
I'll be discussing the differences with Faiyaz and Tony when they return
and we'll get a better idea of the task ahead once those discussions are
Thanks for the heads up!
Also, just to start discussion on the subject: how do you feel about
drupal? would you be ok with moving away from it? how much do you use
its functionality, if at all?
Thierry Parmentelat wrote:
> Hi all
> This is just a quick note to state again that, as agreed in Paris with
> Faiyaz last week, we expect that you guys (Princeton) are going to try
> our (onelab) web pages out, so that a merge can be attempted starting
> from our code.
> I haven't been following this module on your end closely for a while;
> but among the things that would need to be addressed would be
> Stephen's attempts to separate logic and layout. For the rest I don't
> know whether your version has mostly bug fixes or new features, and
> knowing this would be interesting.
> In any case, in the hope to ease that process:
> * I have just moved our code into the planet-lab's svn as a separate
> branch at
> * I will create an entry in trac so we can gather information on this
> -- Thierry
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