I assume everyone is aware of what Wildscribe  is. I've had a thought
that instead of having this massive site that will keep growing with each
version of WildFly released that we start adding this model documentation
on the WildFly Documentation site . The idea is to just add a link on
each releases index page with a link to the model descriptions.
This would be automated as well with the docs project within WildFly. It
means that as part of the release process when building the docs the
Wildscribe model pages would be generated automatically.
My proposal would be for WildFly 19+ we would no longer update the
Wildscribe website. As you can see on the site if you click on versions
it's getting quite long :). All new Wildsribe pages would be present on the
main documentation for that version. The Wildscribe site would have a note
about where the documentation would now be for newer releases.
Any thoughts or concerns about this? If not objections I'll file a JIRA and
do some work on this as it shouldn't take all that long.
James R. Perkins
JBoss by Red Hat
Just a heads up that the wildfly-openssl repository  is going to be
moving to the wildfly-security umbrella . This way, wildfly-openssl will
be located with our other security projects and this will allow us to align
with permissions for these projects. We will let you know when the move is
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