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From "Gregory (Grisha) Trubetskoy" <gri...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [mod_python] Making web site more useful. (Was: OS X / Apache 2 / mod_python bug)
Date Thu, 17 Mar 2005 14:39:54 GMT

Graham -

How about you send my your public ssh key and I arrange for access to 
www.modpython.org so you can make these changes yourself. I've been too 
busy this year too keep up and don't want to be the bottleneck...


On Thu, 17 Mar 2005, Nicolas Lehuen wrote:

> On Wed, 16 Mar 2005 18:50:58 -0500, Graham Dumpleton
> <grahamd@dscpl.com.au> wrote:
>> Scott Sanders wrote ..
>>> I can help with this if there is a canonical patch for the issue in
>>> JIRA.  Just point me at it, and I will integrate it into the
>>> repository.
>> The solution to the original problem was already in the repository
>> of as yet unreleased source code. It wasn't appreciated that it applied
>> to the specific problem with that version of Python even though it
>> was suggested early on that it be tried anyway.
>> What would help at the moment is for the web site to be updated
>> to include the following:
>> 1. A link to the JIRA bug reporting page for mod_python. The only
>> references to this are in past mailing list postings. Site should
>> say to try and solve problem first by looking at mailing list
>> archive and by discussion on mailing list to avoid reports which
>> relate to a person understanding rather than a bug.
>> 2. A link to and instructions on how latest working copy of code
>> could be checked out of subversion repository so people can
>> try that if they want to, to see if it fixes their problems. Note
>> sure it is common knowledge at all where the subversion
>> repository is.
>> 3. A variant of the search box on the main web site which will
>> look just in the archive of mailing list mail and which is marked
>> as such. Ie., include the search term "inurl:pipermail". This would
>> avoid the questions of how to search the mailing list. Comments
>> on the site directing people to try searching the mailing list
>> archive for solutions to problems would also help.
>> 4. For myself and others who help out, we should be more
>> diligent in posting more FAQ entries on common problems.
>> Graham
>> _______________________________________________
>> Mod_python mailing list
>> Mod_python@modpython.org
>> http://mailman.modpython.org/mailman/listinfo/mod_python
> Grisha, we need help here... What is the procedure for updating
> anything to www.modpython.org ?
> Regards,
> Nicolas

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