[lttng-dev] Announcing the new LTTng website

Alexandre Montplaisir alexmonthy at voxpopuli.im
Sat Oct 11 22:04:05 EDT 2014

Hi Christian,

Very nice work! It's very "Web 3.0", I like it!

The documentation page is particularly good. It manages to make doc not 
look boring!

Other random comments:

apt-get and yum (and zypper too afaik) support more than one package on 
the command line. On the Downloads page, you could list the different 
packages to install in one command (like was done for the 'yaourt' 
command. I sense distro favoritism ;) )

On the Viewers page (which is harder to find now, I only found a link in 
the footer, intended?), it mentions both Trace Compass and the LTTng 
Eclipse plugin. Those are basically the same thing, Trace Compass is 
just a move/rename. You could only list Trace Compass, even though it 
isn't officially "launched" yet, but will be Real Soon(tm).
Also, the URL should point to eclipse.org/tracecompass instead of the 
projects.eclipse.org page. Yes, the first one redirects to the second 
one for now, but this may not always be the case, we will probably have 
a "real" website at the first link at some point.


On 2014-10-11 06:39 PM, Christian Babeux wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> We have launched a new website for the LTTng project [1]. We have done
> major improvements on the documentation side of the project. You can
> now read the documentation at [2].
> Contributing and improving the documentation is now very easy, just
> follow the instructions on our Github repo [3].
> A big thanks to Philippe Proulx who helped design the new website and
> wrote most of the documentation.
> Also, I would like to thank Daniel Thibault, from the DRDC, who wrote
> an open guide that was mostly used to complete parts of the
> "Understanding LTTng" chapter and for a few passages here and there.
> Finally, if you encounter any issues using the new website, please let us know!
> Thanks,
> Christian
> [1] - https://lttng.org
> [2] - https://lttng.org/docs
> [3] - https://github.com/lttng/lttng-docs
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