I've been poking around with wget to grab a static copy of the https://2015.ploneconf.org site to serve it with nginx.
Googling around I found http://www.linuxjournal.com/content/downloading-entire-web-site-wget and so the command I've used is
wget --recursive --no-clobber --page-requisites --html-extension --domains 2015.ploneconf.org https://2015.ploneconf.org
This does seem to grab everything correctly, but I've noticed that links to, say, the Things To Do, at https://2015.ploneconf.org/venue/#things-to-do are not correctly converted to use the .html, i.e.. you get an error 403 because the static URL should really be https://2015new.ploneconf.org/venue.html#things-to-do (and sure enough the venue.html page was grabbed by wget)
Plone is smart with its traversal... it just figures out that "venue#things-to-do" is not a directory but an anchor within a page.
Any suggestions on how to handle that sort of Plone URL with nginx?