[Gluster-infra] /download link is 404

John Mark Walker johnmark at johnmark.org
Wed Jul 16 19:18:55 UTC 2014

At a minimum, directing folks to the latest yum repos for each supported
release - 3.4.x as well as 3.5.x

There's the Ubuntu apt repo from semiosis - all you need to show there are
directions for integrating into apt.

Then there's the *BSD stuff now - what's the best way to get people to
consume that?

Links to source code are also helpful.

So that's what should be on a download page. But yes, directing them to the
repo bits is the preferred method - but you still have to get them there.


On Wed, Jul 16, 2014 at 2:30 PM, Eco Willson <ewillson at redhat.com> wrote:

> Currently we are just pushing them to the downloads folder.  There is no
> download page as such but is this actually useful?  I had assumed people
> would be familiar with browsing $LATEST?  If not, what would we like to see
> on the page?  The only thing I can think would be helpful off the bat is
> showing how to use yum/apt since there is little reason to download RPM's
> for most non-developers.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "John Mark Walker" <johnmark at johnmark.org>
> To: gluster-infra at gluster.org, "Garrett LeSage" <glesage at redhat.com>,
> "Eco Willson" <ewillson at redhat.com>, "Justin Clift" <justin at gluster.org>
> Sent: Wednesday, July 16, 2014 7:31:54 AM
> Subject: /download link is 404
> Are we working on a download page? We need something that describes the
> latest builds for download. I don't like just sending someone to a long
> list of folders.
> I can help with this, I just need to know what's already in process.
> -JM
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