[Python-Dev] Get a running instance of the doc for a PR.
On 11/04, Paul Ganssle wrote:
>Oh, sorry if I misunderstood the concern. Yes, I agree that putting this
>under python.org would not be a good idea.
>Either hosting it on a hosting provider like netlify (or azure if that's
>possible) or a dedicated domain that could be created for the purpose
>(e.g. python-doc-ci.org) would be best. Alternatively, the domain could
>be skipped entirely and the github hooks could link directly to
>documentation by machine IP (though I suspect buying a domain for this
>purpose would be a lot easier than coordinating what's necessary to make
>direct links to a machine IP reasonable).
Yep, I am fine with that.
>On 11/4/18 12:16 PM, Ned Deily wrote:
>> On Nov 4, 2018, at 12:04, Paul Ganssle <paul at ganssle.io> wrote:
>>> Some of the concerns about increasing the surface area I think are a bit overblown. I haven't seen any problems yet in the projects that do this, and I don't think it lends itself to abuse particularly well. Considering that the rest of the CI suite lets you run arbitrary code on many platforms, I don't think it's particularly more dangerous to allow people to generate ephemeral static hosted web sites as well.
>> The rest of the CI suite does not let you publish things on the python.org domain, unless I'm forgetting something; they're clearly under a CI environment like Travis or AppVeyor or Azure. That's really my main concern.
>> Ned Deily
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