Re: Updated OCIO Website

Jeremy Selan <jeremy...@...>

Can you try and hitting refresh in your web browser? Sometime a
modifier key and refresh does a 'true' refresh where it clears caches.
It's being hosted on github directly, uf you dont see it by tomorrow
(24hrs) I would be surprised.

- jeremy

On Wed, Jun 8, 2011 at 11:33 PM, Malcolm Humphreys
<malcolmh...@...> wrote:
I still get the old website? if I checkout the gh-pages i can see it is very different. Are you still hosting it on google or is it somewhere else and maybe waiting on the name servers to update.


On 09/06/2011, at 4:41 AM, Jeremy Selan wrote:

An updated OCIO website is now online, thanks to the efforts of Ben
(DBR), and Matt Chambers.

It's quite similar to the old one, except now then entire website
(including code documentation) is generated on the command-line from
the files in /docs.

(I.e., all those .rst files get converted to html at build time.  And
the ociotheme/static/ocio.css_t css file is obeyed as well).

The cool part is we can now use the normal pull request workflow to
review website and documentation changes, so please feel free to go
nuts and experiment with design, content, etc.   My hope is to polish
the website into something we can all be proud of before Siggraph.
(Particularly as it relates to issues #55 #99).

To generate a local copy of the docs, from the root of your normal ocio checkout
git checkout gh-pages

You can then view the local index.html to inspect the site locally.


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