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Ok understood, that makes sense. Redoc is good. Thanks.
We are hosting this for the community in our cloud as there was no
precedent to follow. We used the following open source
Easiest way is to express API in a popular format using protobuf and
generate swagger definitions. I can ask my engineer to help with launch
once the community approves the updated set.
As developer APIs shall consume Infra APIs so there might be a need to
build a validation cycle in community labs. We are still in process to
figure that out.
On Wed, May 20, 2020 at 6:21 PM Jeff Brower <@jbrower> wrote:
Ok got it. At some point in the future when there are APIs approved and
can be added, how is the page accessed / edited ? That's what I need to
know, so I can come up with publishing / editing method for API
api.akraino.org as domain suggests is for final approved APIs by thewrote:
Working docs go under
On Wed, May 20, 2020 at 6:09 PM Jeff Brower <@jbrower>
I'm referring to:
How to edit that page ?
Hi Jeff,place to
+ adding theapi@... mail list to advise.
https://wiki.akraino.org/display/AK/API+Sub-committee may be the best
On Wed, May 20, 2020 9:54 PM, Jeff Brower @jbrower
I'm helping with API architecture diagrams, maps, and other items that
subcommittee) want to add to the API portal (api.akraino.org).
What is your recommended method for publishing Powerpoint, MindMap,
doc types to the API portal URL ? I know HTML very well, so I have nointegrate
problem to export PowerPoint to HTML and then upload to a site and
with what's already there. But I'm worried to lead subcommittee guys
down a path where they need a lot of HTML knowledge and what they
becomes difficult to maintain.
Are you using a hosted method for the portal; i.e. something similar
SquareSpace, Wix, Wordpress, etc ? Is there an ftp backend where we
upload HTML pages ?
Thanks for any advice.
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