I'm finally looking at migration from M1.9 to M2, and the new handling of files in M2, which early on sounded like it would do some useful stuff. Unfortunately, I find myself in the "why can't I do it like before?" camp and, at least for the short term, it looks like I'll be using "Legacy course files".
I'm hoping for some pointers on the best approach to migrate my M1.9 courses to the M2 repository approach, and would be very happy if there's an approach that I've not yet found amongst all the bugs, docs, and blog posts I've read so far.
Short version: HTML mini-sites.
The courses are comprised of several units, each with a chunk of content, one or more forums, and maybe some other activites like assignments. A public example with just the content (the activities aren't relevant for this discussion) is available here: http://openmoodle.conted.ox.ac.uk/course/view.php?id=18
The course content is a collection of standalone HTML/CSS/images/etc. uploaded via zip file. Each unit in the course links to the first HTML page for that unit, and all HTML pages have navigation to the others in that unit.
As repositories are the way forwards for Moodle, what sort of repository will allow me to include and use HTML with supporting files?