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  2. DM-5215

Provision ls.st short links for Technotes

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      There is a request to provision ls.st short links for Technotes. E.g. ls.lst/sqr-000 links to sqr-000.lsst.io.

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          mjuric Mario Juric added a comment -

          Try:

          http://ls.st/dmtn-019
          http://ls.st/dmtn 019
          http://ls.st/dmtn-011/DM-5447
          http://ls.st/dmtn 011 DM-5447

          Should also work for SQR an SMTN. The tech note prefix is case insensitive.

          (and also for JIRA issues – e.g., http://ls.st/dm-5215).

          /got stuck in traffic this morning, thought I'd make myself useful...

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          mjuric Mario Juric added a comment - Try: http://ls.st/dmtn-019 http://ls.st/dmtn 019 http://ls.st/dmtn-011/DM-5447 http://ls.st/dmtn 011 DM-5447 Should also work for SQR an SMTN. The tech note prefix is case insensitive. (and also for JIRA issues – e.g., http://ls.st/dm-5215 ). /got stuck in traffic this morning, thought I'd make myself useful...
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          jsick Jonathan Sick added a comment -

          Thanks. It looks like we can close this ticket, then.

          Mario Juric Separately, it’d be nice to have API access to ls.st. You could imagine wanting to make, for example, short links for every page in the developer guide, or the stack documentation. Is API access available to provision short links? Or should we look at a solution like bitly?

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          jsick Jonathan Sick added a comment - Thanks. It looks like we can close this ticket, then. Mario Juric Separately, it’d be nice to have API access to ls.st . You could imagine wanting to make, for example, short links for every page in the developer guide, or the stack documentation. Is API access available to provision short links? Or should we look at a solution like bitly?
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          mjuric Mario Juric added a comment -

          Hey Jonathan:

          ls.st runs Yourls for the shortener; I'm not sure what kind of API magic it allows? The redirect functionality are just simple mod_rewrite directives in httpd.conf.

          PS: Though I originally set up ls.st, it's being managed by project-level IT. I occasionally hack on it (with permission ).

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          mjuric Mario Juric added a comment - Hey Jonathan: ls.st runs Yourls for the shortener; I'm not sure what kind of API magic it allows? The redirect functionality are just simple mod_rewrite directives in httpd.conf. PS: Though I originally set up ls.st, it's being managed by project-level IT. I occasionally hack on it (with permission ).
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          jsick Jonathan Sick added a comment -

          Okay. I’ll chat with project IT about problems surrounding the current link shortener implementation.

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          jsick Jonathan Sick added a comment - Okay. I’ll chat with project IT about problems surrounding the current link shortener implementation.

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            jsick Jonathan Sick
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            jsick Jonathan Sick
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            Gregory Dubois-Felsmann, Jonathan Sick, Mario Juric
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