|operations/puppet : production||microsites/research: re-enable git cloning|
|operations/dns : master||add research.wikimedia.org|
|operations/puppet : production||microsites: create research.wikimedia.org static page|
|Resolved||• DarTar||T131204 Make Wikimedia Research content easier to discover|
|Resolved||• DarTar||T107389 Wikimedia Research discoverability: designing a landing page for the team|
|Resolved||bmansurov||T179871 Subdomain and hosting for research landing page|
|Resolved||Dzahn||T183916 Create subdomain for Research landing page|
|Resolved||bmansurov||T183982 Port landing page code from github to gerrit|
|Resolved||None||T183973 Security review of Research landing page|
Is the request to host the actual HTML files on Wikimedia infrastructure? That would be good, but i agree a wiki page would be even better (and save all the extra work to deploy changes)
I re-enabled the git cloning. At first there were some conflicts when puppet tried to git pull. Deleting the entire /srv/org/wikimedia/research directory and running puppet fixed that and files were then current.
Re-reverted the DNS change. Now the site is live.