Re: Who wants to take websec?
On Sat, Jul 24, 1999 at 10:40:06PM +0200, Stephan Helma wrote:
> I am not (yet) an official maintainer, but I have a package ready of
> "websec - The Web Secretary". I did it for myself. Personally I think
> it will be a good idea to add it to the vast amount of already
> available Debian packages. It safes a lot of time if you monitor a lot
> (or even just one) URLs for changes.
> It's written in perl and needs just one or two changes to make it to
> meet the Debian file system standard. (Patches not yet send to the
> upstream maintainer.)
> Unfortunately I haven't built it with debhelper.
> Here's a short description pulled from the original source:
> Web Secretary is a web page monitoring software. However, it goes
> beyond the normal functionalities offered by such software. Not only
> does it detect changes based on content analysis (instead of
> date/time stamp or simple textual comparison), it will email the
> changed page to you WITH THE NEW CONTENT HIGHLIGHTED!
> Web Secretary is available at: http://homemade.hypermart.net/websec/
> or: http://homemade.virtualave.net/websec/
> Who wants to take it?
I have been using it for some time now and I really like it.
I can take it. When you have become a maintainer, you could take it
Please put it somewhere so I can grab it, or just send it to me
> Stephan Helma
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