Re: user modifications directory?
>>>>> ""Greg" == "Greg E Priest-Dorman" <email@example.com> writes:
"Greg> perhaps it would be usefull to have a place with user
"Greg> modifications to emacspeak like Bart's scripts for remote
"Greg> sessions over dynamic ip?
"Greg> I would be willing to add this to the site here at vassar.
"Greg> To do this I would like a description of the code, version of
"Greg> emacs and emacspeak it has been tested with, and known
"Greg> limitations along with the code. Then I could just drop them
"Greg> in to a "user-contrib" directory or something like it.
"Greg> I would be willing to maintain an index page for the
"Greg> directory. It would be available via web or ftp.
I vote for this one. You could send the README file
from user contributions to the list.
"Greg> The other option for short things is to mail them to the list
"Greg> and then they get archived anyway.
This is ok for *very* short things, but should go
into the contrib directory also.
Brian L. Sellden - firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
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