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  2. JENKINS-66806

All images for Active Choices plugin wiki page missing

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      All screenshots and animated gifs that were included with the Active Choices plugin documentation are now missing from the plugin wiki pageĀ Active Choices | Jenkins plugin

      These were key to documenting the plugin's rich functionality and should be restored

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            ianw Ian Williams added a comment -

            Fortunately, it's been captured in the Wayback Machine. One has to wonder why the content was not internal to the repo and instead published/hosted externally.

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            ianw Ian Williams added a comment - Fortunately, it's been captured in the Wayback Machine . One has to wonder why the content was not internal to the repo and instead published/hosted externally.
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            kinow Bruno P. Kinoshita added a comment -

            Good catch Ioannis Moutsatsos!

            >Fortunately, it's been captured in the Wayback Machine.

            Great! If we manage to rescue the images and update the README, that'd be great!

            >One has to wonder why the content was not internal to the repo and instead published/hosted externally.

            In Jenkins, plug-ins used to store all of their docs in an instance of Confluence. Then came jenkins.io, then migration off of Confluence and everything went to GitHub pages. Most plug-ins updated (as we did). However, the tool that exported the old Wiki pages, generated a Markdown with links to images in Confluence I think?

            Hence the confusion now. The Confluence instance, or whichever machine that was hosting the images, has been decommissioned I think. Sorry.

            Bruno

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            kinow Bruno P. Kinoshita added a comment - Good catch Ioannis Moutsatsos ! >Fortunately, it's been captured in the Wayback Machine . Great! If we manage to rescue the images and update the README, that'd be great! >One has to wonder why the content was not internal to the repo and instead published/hosted externally. In Jenkins, plug-ins used to store all of their docs in an instance of Confluence. Then came jenkins.io, then migration off of Confluence and everything went to GitHub pages. Most plug-ins updated (as we did). However, the tool that exported the old Wiki pages, generated a Markdown with links to images in Confluence I think? Hence the confusion now. The Confluence instance, or whichever machine that was hosting the images, has been decommissioned I think. Sorry. Bruno
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            kinow Bruno P. Kinoshita added a comment -

            Used WayBack machine as suggested by Ian Williams (thanks). PR created. Once a new release is done, the plug-in docs should update and show the images correctly (usually takes a few minutes/hours).

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            kinow Bruno P. Kinoshita added a comment - Used WayBack machine as suggested by Ian Williams (thanks). PR created. Once a new release is done, the plug-in docs should update and show the images correctly (usually takes a few minutes/hours).

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              kinow Bruno P. Kinoshita
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              ioannis Ioannis Moutsatsos
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