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Re: Debian GNU/Linux Reference Card under construction

On Thu, 15 Apr 2004, W. Borgert wrote:

> Quoting Andreas Tille <tillea@rki.de>:
> > Perhaps you might like to add Zope (because the Zope port is different from
> > default installation)
> >
> >    http://hostname:9673/
> I'm not sure whether I will add that, because I never used Zope.
> Btw. I will add id attributes to all tables, so that it will be easy
> to create customised versions of the reference card.
> If you send me a DocBook snippet about zope (<informaltable> identical
> to the existing tables), I will add it to the source code, OK?
I'd suggest the following patch:

--- refcard.dbk.orig    2004-04-15 22:46:34.000000000 +0200
+++ refcard.dbk 2004-04-16 09:45:24.000000000 +0200
@@ -655,6 +655,12 @@
            <entry align="left"><simpara>Web interface to printer
+         <row id="zope">
+           <entry align="left"><ulink
+           url="http://localhost:9673";>ZOPE</ulink> at
+           <literal>http://hostname:9673</literal></entry>
+           <entry align="left"><simpara>Web Application Server</simpara></entry>
+         </row>

> > I do not use MySQL but I think it should be worth mentioning.
> Yes, but I'm not using it either.  Same as Zope, if one sends me
> a DocBook text snippet, I will add it to the source.
I do not use MySQL either and so some more educated person might like to
provide the patch.

> > Are you aware of the Debian Flyer which is available at
> ..
> > May be it makes sense to copy the style ...
> Hm, it took a huge piece of my weekend to steal successfully the
> layout from BSD, so I don't like to work on layout again.  The only
> thing I really want to do is to add foldmarks.
It's OK for me.  I just wanted to suggest some kind of "Corporate Design".

Kind regards


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