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#11 2015-06-24 14:19:57

philwareham
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Re: serve pre-compressed content by default

Bloke wrote #291965:

Having this kind of info in some useful format nearby might still be beneficial, given the number of times it crops up as a support request. Not sure if that’s feasible nor how to best go about it.

If you want to put together examples of .htaccess files then I suggest using Textpattern’s GitHub account. Just make a new project there.

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#12 2015-06-24 14:30:35

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Re: serve pre-compressed content by default

philwareham wrote #291966:

If you want to put together examples of .htaccess files

I’m hardly an authority!

If people want to suggest ones that work by jotting them here, maybe we can agree on a shortlist that represent snippets that’d benefit the community.

If it then makes sense to collect them into an official online resource, maybe GitHub is the right place for it. Dunno. Is it really versionable “source code” as such or are people using GitHub for this kind of thing because it’s a handily available central repo?


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#13 2015-06-24 14:33:16

philwareham
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Re: serve pre-compressed content by default

There is also the Textpattern Community GitHub group which anyone is welcome to join and start a Textpattern-related project on. Just let me know if you want access – not much going on there at the moment.

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#14 2015-06-24 14:48:37

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Re: serve pre-compressed content by default

Perhaps an equivalent to this for turbo-lysing Textpattern might do the trick.

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#15 2015-06-24 14:51:26

philwareham
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Re: serve pre-compressed content by default

gaekwad wrote #291972:

Perhaps an equivalent to this for turbo-lysing Textpattern might do the trick.

If you can cherry pick the best rules from that thread and place in a repo, that would work.

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#16 2015-06-24 14:55:23

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Re: serve pre-compressed content by default

Does it really need its own repo? Overkill.

We should add it to the docs repo, sir. That’s what it’s for.

…or am I missing the point?

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#17 2015-06-24 14:56:54

philwareham
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Re: serve pre-compressed content by default

gaekwad wrote #291977:

We should add it to the docs repo, sir. That’s what it’s for.

Yep, that sounds like a good idea. Do that :)

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#18 2015-06-24 15:20:23

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Re: serve pre-compressed content by default

philwareham wrote #291978:

Do that :)

*realisation I've just unwittingly made work for myself*

Now, listen here you little sh–.

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#19 2015-06-24 15:29:47

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Re: serve pre-compressed content by default

Lol

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#20 2015-06-24 18:40:32

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Re: serve pre-compressed content by default

philwareham wrote #291978:

Yep, that sounds like a good idea. Do that :)

github.com/textpattern/textpattern-documentation/pull/8

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