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Hi Kendy,

so, from my side, the migration should be complete. Unless I hear some severe objections, I will remove the short TTL from the DNS for the help record, and remove the help-old record as well.

Jan Holesovsky wrote on 2012-11-12 10:13:
- I limit the number of extensions to minimum deliberately, so if it is
   possible not to install everything that is on, that would be the preferred approach :-)

I've removed those extensions that I think are not necessary. Here's the result, let me know if you see any issues with these:

- there are 2 sites actually, most of the stuff is symlinked there, but
   the configuration file
   - one is the "real one" -
   - the other is [not having a dns entry
     deliberately!] that has uploading enabled via api

I have the same setup. Most files are symlinked from the main wiki, and some files are symlinked between help and help-api, so the maintenance should be reduced as much as possible.

- the configuration is version controlled in a local git, I'd like to
   keep it that way, to see who did what there

We plan to migrate to etckeeper for all TDF systems. Would that fit your requirement, or do you want a different approach?


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