I file daily bugs to have mozilla europe content pushed from the production tag on svn to the live site, given the time difference between admins able to svn up our european pages in MV and us in Europe, our changes often have to wait 18h+ to be visible (9h difference + night time). Given that I am the only one tagging files for production on mozilla europe, a cron job would be ideal, just like what we have for the staging server synced with the trunk.
Justin: please, pretty please! This would save a lot of time for Pascal and all the localizers. This is an easy productivity gain for the international website localization effort.
if you guys are ok with it, then it's fine. keep in mind the reason we didn't do this is the past (and won't do it for mozilla.com) is that all too often code would show up on the production site that wasn't ready. If you are OK with that risk, a=justin unless anyone has any other concerns.
yes, we are ok with this, contrary to mozilla.com we really use the production tag for mozilla europe as the place for content ready for production, not for almost-ready stuff, so the risk is minimal. Thanks
Site should update every 15 minutes.
Reopening, apparently the cron job is no longer active. I tagged files for production 15hours ago (http://viewvc.svn.mozilla.org/vc?view=rev&revision=10633) because of bug #419046 and it is still not on the public site. Jeremy could you have a look at it ? Thanks
Forgot to switch this during the php5 migration. Should work now.