GuusJonasw, the XEP list at https://xmpp.org/extensions/index.html doesn't show the changes that were made yesterday. Is the only thing missing there a rebuild of the website, after a change was made to the XEPs repo?
GuusNot sure if you know, but you've been toying around with the tooling a lot lately, so you're most likely to know :)
jonaswGuus, I don’t know really
jonaswI can take a look though
jonaswGuus, it appears a rebuild of the website should be sufficient
Guusso, we'd have to figure out how to trigger the website docker build, upon activity in the xep repo
jonaswwe might want to change buildCompleteWebsite.sh to generate the xeplist.txt differently, e.g. with an XSL from the newly created xeplist.xml
jonaswthat may also speed up the build a little
GuusI'm not a UI kind of guy, but can we do this in the browser?
GuusI'm wondering if we can prevent a rebuilt of the website completely - only point at the xeplist.xml in the already deployed xeps site
jonaswI really, really don’t want to do that
jonaswwell, if browsers consistently supported XSLT, we could maybe iframe the table from the XML into the page.
jonaswbut we should do a survey of browsers before we go that route
jonaswotherwise it seems like a neat thing to do
jonaswPSA: I’ll be rather busy but still available the next two-ish weeks.
Link MauveSpeaking of rebuild of the website, there is PR #362.✎
Link MauveSpeaking of a rebuild of the website, there is PR #362. ✏
Guusno there isn't.
Link MauveThanks. :)
GuusI wonder what other XEPs would have getting new traction like this, if we had not defer them in bulk. :)
jonaswI think it is only coincidental that XEP-0377 was among the last ones to be deferred
jonaswIIRC chat markers will be worked on anyways by daniel soon™
Guusin any case, I'm all for a semi-automated defer process :)
Guusor fully automated, but with a private warning to editors perhaps.
jonaswI may implement something for that at some point
jonaswbut see my message from 08:35Z above
GuusI've read that as "business as usual" ;)
jonaswno it was meant more like: I probably won’t do a lot of editing, but I’m here to answer questions timely about the tools I created