Re: Wanted: new dwww maintainer
> As I hinted in the announcement for dwww 1.2-1, I won't have enough
> time to finish the development of dwww. So I would like someone
> else to take over it. Preferably soon, of course.
> It's not really a complicated program, so it shouldn't be too
> hard for anyone. The biggest missing piece is full text searching,
> and first someone must package a free search tool. I'm afraid
> glimpse isn't free. It should also be converted to the new web
> There's also plenty of small tweaking and bug fixing and
> reliability improving, of course. Quite enough to make your
> evenings busy for a couple of weeks.
> dwww has received plenty of favorable attention, and it would be
> a shame if it degenerated because of my lack of time. At the
> moment, I can't promise any updates on the package, except
> emergency bug fixes.
I'll take it. It looks really interesting. I haven't managed to
get the whole thing running yet, but I get the general idea. I
think I am missing a piece or two (like dwww-txt2html).
I'd like to talk over some of the technical details (in private so
we don't bore the list with details).
Has anyone taken over Apache from Yves yet? I think that's pretty
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