This guide documents how a Gentoo developer can configure their personal webspace on our dev cluster.
Developer Web Space
Use and Policy
Within your devspace on woodpecker (dev.gentoo.org) you may create a public_html directory accessible at: http://dev.gentoo.org/~username . You may store any Gentoo related files in this space such as project documentation, ebuilds/packages you are testing, etc... Please note that you should not store distfiles for public distribution in this space only for distribution to other developers/testers. Packages for public distribution should be put on the distfiles mirror.
Your dev space is for Gentoo related files. You may not host files for your company/home business, pornography or any file that is considered illegal in the United States (woodpecker is located in the USA). Pages in your public_html folder are viewable by the world and their contents should follow the same rules. You may not use your dev space to make money in any way. This includes banner swapping, auctions (or hosting images for your auctions) or google ads. As usual, common sense should apply.
If any files in your space are found to be harmful towards other developers or users on the box or pose a risk to the Gentoo project (such as illegal torrents, pornography, etc...), Gentoo Infrastructure will suspend your account which will only be unlocked after investigation from Gentoo Developer Relations. In most cases, your developership will be suspended if such files are found. If you are unsure of the impact a file may have on another developer or Gentoo in general please ask your Mentor or someone else appropriate to review it for you.
If your recruiter didn't set up the public_html directory for you go ahead and do it yourself like this:
The Infrastructure Project does not make backups of developer files. You are responsible for making backups of any and all files contained in your developer space. I suggest creating a mirror on your local box: ~/devspace.
Now copy your files using
dev.gentoo.org has HTML, SHTML, XML and PHP available for you to write your web pages.
XML uses the same XSL and gorg from www.gentoo.org. This allows you to write your documentation in the official guideXML specification for inclusion on the www.gentoo.org website. All documents on the official website are in this format.
We would like to thank the following authors and editors for their contributions to this guide:
- Jeffrey Forman
- Curtis Napier