[LON-CAPA-users] publishing questions

Gerd Kortemeyer lon-capa-users@mail.lon-capa.org
Thu, 23 Jan 2003 14:19:45 -0500

Hi Travis,

Travis Souza wrote:

> Hi,
> I published a few folders worth of html resources but had not set-up
> the default.meta so all of the resources published without metadata.  I
> know I can force an individual resource to re-publish and correct the
> metadata.  Is there a way I can force the directories to re-publish
> using the default.meta?

You can edit the "default.meta" with teh "Directory Catalog Information"
button. What you type there applies to the directory and all subdirs.

>  Also when publishing from directories there
> seems to be no way to limit the scope of the resources to domain only.

In "Directory Catalog Information", type the word "domain" under

> I am converting publisher material for a Poli Sci course and would
> rather not republish all of  the resources.  Also, Is there a way as an
> author to 'unpublish' resources, ie remove them from the RES space?

Nope. We are re-visiting this, but the original reason we did this was
that LON-CAPA should not have stale links. 0.6 started collecting pretty
good usage data. We might allow removing resources that nobody else uses.

- Gerd.