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Re: cdimage pages in wml

On Tue, Feb 27, 2001 at 02:34:22PM +0100, J.A. Bezemer wrote:
> > After a brief discussion with Marcin Owsiany who was going to convert
> > http://cdimage.debian.org/ into WML files, I did it myself, with a little
> > bit of scripting. (I'm assuming Marcin's idea has support amongst debian-cd
> > members...)
> > 
> > It's commited it to CVS at
> > :(pserver|ext):(account|anonymous)@cvs.debian.org:/cvs/webwml, module
> > cdimage. It uses template files from ../webwml which is the webwml module in
> > the same CVS root -- that's for getting the navigation bar et al.
> Okay, I'm taking a look now. Hmmm.. I think there's something wrong, but since
> I don't know anything about wml yet, I don't have a clue. Take a look at
> http://cdimage.debian.org/~costar/test-cdimage.d.o/
> (generated with just 'make').

You need WML from testing/unstable... at least 2.0.3 IIRC.

> > I'm not sure where do we go from here... :) We should probably arrange for
> > all previous editors of those pages to have CVS access (Anne Bezemer AFAICT),
> Thats a great idea ;-)  However I'm still trying to be the living proof that
> you don't need to be an Official Developer to do many things, so we'll have to
> figure out another way to get me access. I can send a PGP/GPG encrypted
> passwds to anyone who asks (keys signed by a few DDs). 

We can give you a pserver account, that's no problem.

> > and then the admin (Phil Hands AFAICT) can set up a script on the site to
> > get updated from CVS.
> I have write access to the web stuff, so no need to bother Phil (who's busy
> enough already). I suppose a simple "cvs update; make install" in cron
> would do the trick?


> And yes, this move to wml/CVS was intended to increase translatability. So I
> guess I'll wait a bit until the stuff is set up in a more appropriate way.
> (I won't be watching closely, so give me a yell when it's finished)

I'll move it out to english/ etc RSN.

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