Re: The chronoilogicallly ordered bug pages
Please note that with a fairly minor change the reader could choose
the order in which bugs are displayed.
Example implementation: each bug gets a directory (e.g. named 11234).
Each message is stored in that directory with a file name which is
the time of the message expressed as a decimal number. Chronological
display would be achieved with a cgi-bin program which did cat *,
while reverse chronological display would be achieved with a cgi-bin
program which did xargs cat <.reverse. The file which lists contents
in reverse order would be updated at message reception time.
Other implementations are possible. [e.g. store as a flat file, use perl
to parse on ^From lines and reverse order from default for those who
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