A request to discuss my project proposal

Justin Obara obara.justin at gmail.com
Mon Mar 30 16:21:22 UTC 2020

Hi Jenniline,

Basically we want the contents of the site to be one repo and the static site generator related bits in another. For example it would make switching to a new static site generator easier in the future. 

I wasn’t exactly clear on what your question was, but I hope that answers it.


> On Mar 30, 2020, at 12:00 PM, Jenniline Ebai <jennilineebai at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi @Justin Obara <mailto:obara.justin at gmail.com> ,
> I am a GSOC aspirant I will like to apply for the project "Refactor and Automate Infusion Documentation".   
> I will like to discuss my project proposal with you since you are one of the mentors. 
> I have much interest in the project even though I came late to the organisation. 
> I have knowledge on how my proposal should look like. I have viewed many templates just that I am having a bit of confusion at the level of implementation of the project. 
> I have researched which tool is the best to use and I have concluded on Hugo or Jekyll my proposal will contain that. 
> However at the level of refactoring and automating the Documentation  is where I am a bit confused. 
> I will really appreciate if you help me with a clearer picture of what is expected and an idea of how to go about it. 
> I ask this because I learned that I can discuss my project proposal with a mentor.
> And that students that discuss proposals with their mentors are those that have a better understanding of the project and a solution.
> My own strategy is not yet very detailed and concise. It is one that has the form of rebuilding the Documentation site and automating content using Hugo's  automation method. 
> I know it is not the best that is why I am contacting you.
> Thanks I await your kind reply.
> Jenniline

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