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Re: [heroes] Host fonts at static.opensuse.org
Hi Christian,

At this moment, I feel Chameleon is considered stable. Here might be some new
styles to add but won't likely break old stuff.

We can avoid version prefix if we never change file names in dist folder.

Regards,

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2018年11月6日 下午10:08 by opensuse@xxxxxxxxx:

Hello,

Am Montag, 15. Oktober 2018, 22:37:24 CET schrieb Guo Yunhe:

The repository is opensuse-theme-chameleon. git pull daily is enough.

I just added semantic versions and published it to npm. Actually it is
already in CDN >> https://unpkg.com <https://unpkg.com/>>> <>>
https://unpkg.com/# <https://unpkg.com/#/>>> > which
automatically serve all node packages with version prefix. It is an
alternative with a little advantage: URLs are prefixed with version
number. So if I made some mistake in commits of chameleon theme, it
won't break all sites, because they use a fixed, stable version. I
hope we can also get a version prefixed directory. Like:

https://static.opensuse.org/chameleon/v1.0.3/dist/css/chameleon.css
<https://static.opensuse.org/chameleon/v1.0.3/dist/css/chameleon.css>


We just discussed this in the heroes meeting. Hosting chameleon on
static.o.o is a good idea, but are not sure if using the version number
makes sense.

The reason for not liking the version number is: whenever you publish a
new chameleon version, you'll have to adjust several sites (wiki etc.)
with the new version number. I'm afraid that this will lead to staying
with old versions and missing bugfixes etc.

I also know that always serving the latest version comes with the risk
of breaking something - but IMHO chameleon is (mostly?) finished, and
therefore the risk is very small.

If you _really_ want versioned directories, we'll do them (hey, changing
version numbers everywhere will mostly be your job ;-) - but I'd
recommend to have one unversioned directory.

So - do you really want to have versioned directories?


Regards,

Christian Boltz
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