[OSGeo] #3214: Migrate SAC infrastructure documentation to git repository

#3214: Migrate SAC infrastructure documentation to git repository
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Reporter: strk | Owner: sac-tickets@…
     Type: task | Status: new
Priority: normal | Milestone: Unplanned
Component: SysAdmin | Keywords:
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Today Gitea was down, as it often happens I had to look up information
about which container/host had Gitea running. Doing so currently requires
looking up the wiki documentation, starting from
SAC Service Status - OSGeo

All is ok, except.. what happens if the Wiki itself is down ?

For this reason I'm thinking we would better have that "map" of
infrastructure live in a git repository, so that all SAC members (at
least) can have a clone of such repository and they can also keep sharing
it directly should the git hoster fails too.

I would make such repository public, like the wiki is public.
And I'd keep it a _single_ git repository, so it is easier to clone.

The wiki pages could then be updated to just point at the official git
hoster to lookup state. If the git hoster is down we can still have our
own clones working.
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Ticket URL: <https://trac.osgeo.org/osgeo/ticket/3214&gt;
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#3214: Migrate SAC infrastructure documentation to git repository
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Reporter: strk | Owner: sac-tickets@…
     Type: task | Status: new
Priority: normal | Milestone: Unplanned
Component: SysAdmin | Resolution:
Keywords: |
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Comment (by strk):

This may be useful: GitHub - philipashlock/mediawiki-to-markdown: Convert MediaWiki pages to GitHub flavored Markdown
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Ticket URL: <#3214 (Migrate SAC infrastructure documentation to git repository) – OSGeo;
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