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From Peter Klügl <pklu...@uni-wuerzburg.de>
Subject Re: [RESULT][VOTE] Apache UIMA TextMarker RC6 AND Composite Repository
Date Thu, 07 Mar 2013 11:33:32 GMT
If there are no objections, I will commit the changes for the website
since they are not really invasive and fulfill their purpose.

Has anyone an idea why
is not accessible?


On 06.03.2013 15:03, Peter Klügl wrote:
> On 06.03.2013 13:43, Peter Klügl wrote:
>> On 05.03.2013 16:15, Marshall Schor wrote:
>>> On 3/5/2013 5:25 AM, Peter Klügl wrote:
>>>> Hi,
>>>> The vote passes with the following result:
>>>> +1 Marshall Schor
>>>> +1 Tommaso Teofili
>>>> +1 Peter Klügl
>>>> No other votes were received.
>>>> Thanks to you all, and special thanks to Marshall for all the help 
>>>> and for
>>>> investing so much time :-)
>>>> I will proceed with the checklist: 
>>>> http://uima.apache.org/release.html#Releasing
>>>> Are there any opinions on textmarker's web-presence, e.g., download 
>>>> and
>>>> documentation?
>>> Yes, it should have this :-)
>>> I suggest the documentation go on the website under 
>>> docs/d/textmarker-current/
>>> (we normally have the website accessible docs for the current 
>>> release, but
>>> sometimes may need others).  The pointers to this could be in 
>>> several places.
>>> It should have at least the same presence as other "sandbox" items, 
>>> but given
>>> its new-ness and the amount of "stuff" that it entails, it seems to 
>>> me it could
>>> have somewhat more prominence.
>> I added a short text to the sandbox components, which points to the 
>> new page and to other locations, but the documentation is not 
>> available. Did I miss something? Do I need to do something in order 
>> to publish the /d/ stuff?
>> About the link: If it is OK, then I am so bold and will include a 
>> link between "Addons and Sandbox" and "External Resources" in the 
>> left navigation menu.
>>> The download: The download page, because of repetitive complexity, is a
>>> combination of normal web markup plus generated things.  The 
>>> generated things
>>> come from specs in the file xdocs/stylesheets/project.xml
>>> It looks like a bit of redesign is warranted to support TextMarker 
>>> and the
>>> pending release of individual add-ons.
>>> I suggest another "box" for these, which looks like the existing one 
>>> but has 1
>>> more column - the release date (in the other "boxes", the release 
>>> date was put
>>> in the title above the box, but that kind of breaks down when the 
>>> rows in the
>>> box all might have different release dates).
>>> Let me know if you need help with doing this.
>> I will take a look at it now :-)
> Hmm.. I am not sure about the best way to design or implement it.
> Nevertheless, I prepared something. It's not very nice and I am 
> abusing the version parameter. The xml elements have additional 
> attributes and the script adds the html elements dependent on their 
> existence. For textmarker, there is now not a table for a release 
> version, but for all versions of the component.
> Here's the download page: 
> http://people.apache.org/~pkluegl/site/downloads.html
> ... and the main site with the textmarker link: 
> http://people.apache.org/~pkluegl/site/
> If the solution is OK for now, then I would extend the news and send 
> an announce mail.
> Peter
>> Peter
>>> -Marshall
>>>> Peter

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