Xan | 4 May 12:57 2007
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Proposition: users using cherokee

Hi,

I just want to know if there is a web page/wiki page that officialy 
display the list of the main web pages using cherokee?

I think it were useful for promoting cherokee ;-)

Regards,
Xan
Alvaro Lopez Ortega | 4 May 14:09 2007
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Re: Proposition: users using cherokee

Xan wrote, On 04/05/07 12:57:

 > I just want to know if there is a web page/wiki page that officialy
 > display the list of the main web pages using cherokee?
 >
 > I think it were useful for promoting cherokee ;-)

   The site still lacks that page.. but I do agree on creating one.
   Angonio Ognio also proposed something similar a few weeks ago.

   Brian is currently working on an amazing new documentation system
   for Cherokee (You'll see.. it rocks!). I think that, as soon as he
   gets the first production version, we can go ahead and create it.

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Greetings, alo.
Alvaro Lopez Ortega | 4 May 14:20 2007
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Re: Proposition: users using cherokee

Stefan de Konink wrote, On 04/05/07 14:13:
 > Alvaro Lopez Ortega schreef:
 >> Xan wrote, On 04/05/07 12:57:
 >>
 >>  > I just want to know if there is a web page/wiki page that officialy
 >>  > display the list of the main web pages using cherokee?
 >>  >
 >>  > I think it were useful for promoting cherokee ;-)
 >>
 >>    The site still lacks that page.. but I do agree on creating one.
 >>    Angonio Ognio also proposed something similar a few weeks ago.
 >>
 >>    Brian is currently working on an amazing new documentation system
 >>    for Cherokee (You'll see.. it rocks!). I think that, as soon as he
 >>    gets the first production version, we can go ahead and create it.
 >
 > Maybe adding an automatic benchmark system that runs every week on the
 > latest versions of the 'to be tested' software?

   That would be pretty interesting as well, although I don't think we
   currently have the infrastructure for hosting something like that.

   Is there some volunteer for hosting and maintaining this?

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Greetings, alo.
Stefan de Konink | 4 May 14:13 2007
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Re: Proposition: users using cherokee


Alvaro Lopez Ortega schreef:
> Xan wrote, On 04/05/07 12:57:
> 
>  > I just want to know if there is a web page/wiki page that officialy
>  > display the list of the main web pages using cherokee?
>  >
>  > I think it were useful for promoting cherokee ;-)
> 
>    The site still lacks that page.. but I do agree on creating one.
>    Angonio Ognio also proposed something similar a few weeks ago.
> 
>    Brian is currently working on an amazing new documentation system
>    for Cherokee (You'll see.. it rocks!). I think that, as soon as he
>    gets the first production version, we can go ahead and create it.

Maybe adding an automatic benchmark system that runs every week on the
latest versions of the 'to be tested' software?

Stefan
Xan | 4 May 19:25 2007
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Re: Proposition: users using cherokee

En/na Alvaro Lopez Ortega ha escrit:
> Xan wrote, On 04/05/07 12:57:
> 
>  > I just want to know if there is a web page/wiki page that officialy
>  > display the list of the main web pages using cherokee?
>  >
>  > I think it were useful for promoting cherokee ;-)
> 
>   The site still lacks that page.. but I do agree on creating one.
>   Angonio Ognio also proposed something similar a few weeks ago.
> 
>   Brian is currently working on an amazing new documentation system
>   for Cherokee (You'll see.. it rocks!). I think that, as soon as he
>   gets the first production version, we can go ahead and create it.
> 

Okay. Pointing me a notice when it works!!

I will be grad to collaborate, altought sure you have the main 
information ;-)

Xan
Xan | 4 May 19:28 2007
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Re: Proposition: users using cherokee


>  >
>  > Maybe adding an automatic benchmark system that runs every week on the
>  > latest versions of the 'to be tested' software?

It will be great!!!
There were uptodate bencharmks of cherokee!. Great

> 
>    That would be pretty interesting as well, although I don't think we
>    currently have the infrastructure for hosting something like that.
> 
>    Is there some volunteer for hosting and maintaining this?
> 

If purpose of non-offending, did you thinking changing the hosting that 
supports this?

I think it were best (more fastly and uptodately) that the server which 
has svn has the script for doing benchmarks too

Regards,
Xan.
Stefan de Konink | 4 May 19:47 2007
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Alvaro Lopez Ortega schreef:
>   That would be pretty interesting as well, although I don't think we
>   currently have the infrastructure for hosting something like that.
> 
>   Is there some volunteer for hosting and maintaining this?

I think this would be a nice feature to run on a local area network. Or
just on a PC. If we can define a list of servers and files we want to
test, I wouldn't mind to set up the environment.

So I guess:

Apache HTTPd http://httpd.apache.org/
Boa http://www.boa.org/
Cherokee http://www.cherokee-project.com/
Hiawatha http://hiawatha.leisink.org/
Lighttpd http://www.lighttpd.net/
thttpd http://www.acme.com/software/thttpd/
u-cherokee http://www.cherokee-project.com/doc/U-Cherokee.html

Tests of:

IPv4 / IPv6
Static / Dynamic
Cached request

Anymore?
Brian Rosner | 4 May 21:35 2007
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Re: Proposition: users using cherokee

On 2007-05-04 06:13:34 -0600, Stefan de Konink <skinkie <at> xs4all.nl> said:

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> Alvaro Lopez Ortega schreef:
>> Xan wrote, On 04/05/07 12:57:
>> 
>>> I just want to know if there is a web page/wiki page that officialy
>>> display the list of the main web pages using cherokee?
>>> 
>>> I think it were useful for promoting cherokee ;-)
>> 
>> The site still lacks that page.. but I do agree on creating one.
>> Angonio Ognio also proposed something similar a few weeks ago.
>> 
>> Brian is currently working on an amazing new documentation system
>> for Cherokee (You'll see.. it rocks!). I think that, as soon as he
>> gets the first production version, we can go ahead and create it.
> 
> Maybe adding an automatic benchmark system that runs every week on the
> latest versions of the 'to be tested' software?
> 
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> Stefan
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Stefan de Konink | 5 May 03:13 2007
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Re: Proposition: users using cherokee


Brian Rosner schreef:
> I think having automatic benchmarks would be awesome!  This would need 
> to be planned out carefully to ensure valid results.  It might be worth 
> noting that including something Bitten (http://bitten.cmlenz.net/) 
> would work and then extending it to work with benchmarks.

I looked at the Bitten site, but I don't have any clue what it does :D

My idea was the following:

create a Linux image builder that includes a kernel and the webserver
of choice. init=/bin/webserver

the tester will run a test on the various media (and plugins/modules)

the tester will be said what to test by the images requesting the
index.html where the content is presented.

The linux Image will be containing all necessary libraries, the network
interface should be set up by the kernel. This should result in one
active program with no interruptions.

The images can be tested in virtualization, but probably it is much more
clear to run the code on a good old machine. A machine were memory
management matters and cpu cycles count.

This machine should just have a grub menu for testing the images and
uploading the images. It could be interesting to see if there are
noticeable differences with building the webservers with gcc/tcc/etc.
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Brian Rosner | 9 May 23:22 2007
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Pre-Beta of cherokee-www

Cherokee Users/Developers:

It has been mentioned before that I am working on a brand new 
documentation system for Cherokee.  This is true, of course, but with 
the new documentation system I have also taken on the task of 
re-creating the Cherokee website to be much much better overall.  Since 
the new documentation system will have the ability to pull directly 
from Subversion I also wanted to take on the task of fixing Trac since 
it is pretty broken right now.  All of that work is going very well and 
will have a demo of the new Trac up later this week.  Once everything 
has been tested I can call it stable and get it running at 
cherokee-project.com!

The new features of the website include:

 - New documentation system (hooks right into SVN so docs can be 
contained to specific versions of Cherokee)
 - Complete i18n!!  The documentation system AND the new website will 
have complete support for as many languages as we can translate them 
to.  This is all thanks to the AWESOME i18n support Django has built 
right in.
 - New blog system (a good place where we can provide updates to the 
community about Cherokee and its development)
 - Brand new Trac system using 0.10.4.  Trac will be fixed up and 
working (you will be able to actually submit tickets hehe).  It will be 
a fluid design as opposed to the current fixed width so it will work 
better on bigger screens.
 - Perhaps more features once I or you think of them!

Want to help me?  I need translators!  Since the documentation and 
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