FEIT IT has a wide variety of web services for FEIT Researchers and staff.
FEIT can provide advice on SharePoint use at the University. We can also work with you to design and manage SharePoint sites for your group's use.
Conference Web Sites
This service is managed by the FEIT Marketing Team and is intended as a place to advertise and archive information about conferences.
Managed by the FEIT Marketing Team, this service is a simple means of displaying collections of images and photos.
Personal Web Pages - MyWebPages>
This service is a simple web service for staff only. Web sites are maintained by the staff staff and must be static pages.
MyWebPages how to
You must have at least an index.html, index.php or index.shtml file as your "home" page or you will get a "forbidden error".
Your web page can be seen at http://people.eng.unimelb.edu.au/YourUserName.
You can edit your web pages by mounting your MyWebPages shared drive.
- Windows: \\silo-hq1.eng.unimelb.edu.au\mywebpages
- Mac or Linux: smb://silo-hq1.eng.unimelb.edu.au/mywebpages
When prompted, Mac users may need to supply their user name in as "unimelb\UserName" or "UserName@unimelb.edu.au".
FEIT IT Services maintains the right to remove sites that have been abandoned or contravene University regulations.
Project and Group Web Pages
FEIT IT services provide a hosting service for project and other group websites. The web sites are entirely created and maintained by the requesting group. The hosting services consists of a full LAMP stack and the underlying system is maintained by FEIT IT Services.
Unsupported, forgotten or unsuitable websites will be reviewed and removed on a periodic basis.
All project web sites must use the University look and feel (branding). See http://web.unimelb.edu.au for more details
Public repositories can also be created on this server.
In line with FEIT IT Services guidelines, access to private repositories requires University credentials. We can help you migrate existing repositories to our hosted environment.
FEIT IT also supports a more fully featured Git Lab service for teaching purposes