Publish styleguide

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Klaudia Pałkowska

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Sep 5, 2016, 11:39:21 AM9/5/16
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Hi everyone,

I'm working on publishing styleguide. My idea is creating job on Jenkins
which will generate styleguide, but I don't know where do you want to
store it. I found two solutions. First is creating a new GitHub Page,
which will be updated daily and host generated styleguide on OpenLMIS
GitHub rather than kpalkowska. It could be on branch at openlmis-blue or
somewhere else, if you want. Second is deploying styleguide on OpenLMIS
server.

I will be grateful for your opinions.

Regards,
Klaudia

Nick Reid

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Sep 8, 2016, 1:06:16 PM9/8/16
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Yes, lets set up a Jenkins task to generate the styleguide

I don't think it makes sense to use the style as a landing page for OpenLMIS, but I do think it makes sense to use a github page to host/display the styleguide. I assume that if a client customizes/forks OpenLMIS styles, that they might host their own changes where ever they put OpenLMIS

Would it make sense to move the styleguide out of your personal repo and into an OpenLMIS repo at this point. We will want to start an OpenLMIS-UI "core" repository at somepoint, and it seems to make some sense to start with the KSS from this styleguide, and start building out the other UI components as we need them — which will mean making some big changes to how this repository is organized, but that doesn't seem to be a blocker in my mind

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Jake Watson

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Sep 8, 2016, 1:41:15 PM9/8/16
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Sounds like github pages was decided, correct?


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Nick Reid

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Sep 8, 2016, 2:18:06 PM9/8/16
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yep, the only remaining part of the question is where exactly....

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Sebastian Brudziński

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Sep 9, 2016, 3:26:31 AM9/9/16
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Hello,

we've currently placed the configuration, grunt tasks and other files related to the generation of the UI styleguide in the openlmis-requisition-refUI repo and were planning on using the gh-pages branch on the same repo to host the styleguide. This work is nearly completed, but there will be no problem moving this or hosting this on another repository.

Best regards,
Sebastian Brudzinski.

Nick Reid

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Sep 9, 2016, 12:54:03 PM9/9/16
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Yes, I think getting everything set up in the openlmis-requisition-refUI repo makes perfect sense (esp if that's where the styleguide is currently getting built)

This actually sounds exactly like the plan we had at the beginning of the month.

thanks!
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