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- Subject: [Emacs/W3 volunteers]
- From: "T. V. Raman" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Thu, 11 Nov 1999 09:20:58 -0800 (PST)
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Hello everyone, sorry it has taken me so long to get back to everyone about
your very generous offers to help with Emacs/W3. I really have not been
able to do it justice in the last 18 months. :(
Here is a list of the areas that people volunteered to work on.
Daniel LaLiberte <firstname.lastname@example.org> - Maintainer / patch clearing house
Milan Zamazal <email@example.com> - Possible SSL work
Stuart Feerick <firstname.lastname@example.org> - Possible SSL work, hotlist enhancements
Thierry Emery <Thierry.Emery@alcatel.fr> - Bug fixes (frames, images)
William Perry <email@example.com> - URL library
Geoff Berry <firstname.lastname@example.org> - w3-display speed improvements
<email@example.com> - General help
firstname.lastname@example.org - Aural output via Emacspeak
Me (again) - Mailing list maintenance, etc.
A few things are going to change real quickly (like tomorrow):
1) New mailing lists - all the mailing lists will be hosted @xemacs.org
If everyone still wants to get involved with Emacs/W3, email@example.com
is the list to subscribe to. This should be for everyone who is
actively discussing patches / new code / etc. To get new bug reports,
firstname.lastname@example.org is the one to use.
email@example.com - replaces firstname.lastname@example.org for general purpose
email@example.com - replaces firstname.lastname@example.org for
announcements of releases, etc.
2) ftp access will be through ftp.xemacs.org and mirror sites.
3) CVS will move to xemacs.org at some point I think. I'll have to see
what we can do about setting up CVS write access for you guys.
One thing I am looking at first is being able to have a lisp interface to
the libwww from the W3C. This would get us things like HTTP/1.1 and HTTPNG
for free. I think it should be pretty simple, we'll see. I'm going to
write it as a plugin for XEmacs first, and then work on getting it into
Emacs after that.
Thanks for the offers everyone, I hope you can still help.
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