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RE: SourceForge Project Approved

From: <Valeri.Atamaniouk@nokia.com>
Date: Tue, 22 May 2001 11:27:15 +0300
Message-ID: <DFC7E257BE53D4118A5400508B691A0001A8FF9C@eseis14nok>
To: html-tidy@w3.org
Hi Charlie

What have you sent? :) Is it C or C++ code?
Let's decide what language we will use. I stand for strict ANSI C.

What about DOM core level 1 implementation? Actually tidy has it's
proprietary DOM tree but _may_ be it would be better to implement a standard
one? Tidy then could be splitted into following parts: DOM tree building
(input), DOM tree optimisation, DOM tree saving.

Something like that

Tidy
+--DOM tree building module
|  \--Input stream (character codec or 'pseudo' character codec)
|
+--DOM tree 'optimisation' module
|
+--DOM tree saving module
|  +--Output stream (character codec or 'pseudo' character codec)
|  +--XHTML
|  \--HTML
|
+--Other?

BR
VA

> -----Original Message-----
> From: ext Reitzel, Charlie [mailto:CReitzel@arrakisplanet.com]
> Sent: 21 May 2001 22:14
> To: html-tidy@w3.org
> Cc: 'Adrian Mugnolo'; 'Bjoern Hoehrmann'; 'Sebastian Lange'; Kevin
> Brannen; 'Dave Raggett'; '???'; 'Tin Le'; 
> 'Valeri.Atamaniouk@nokia.com';
> 'Aaron Chan'; 'Richard A. O'Keefe'; 'ablavier@wanadoo.fr';
> 'ac.quick@sympatico.ca'; 'dforcier@macromedia.com'; 'info@sl-chat.de';
> 'teague@mailandnews.com'
> Subject: FW: SourceForge Project Approved
> 
> 
> Hi All,
> 
> I took the plunge and requested a new Source Forge project.  
> It is named
> "tidy" and the project page can be found at 
> 
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/tidy/
> 
> I especially appreciate feedback from folks working on JTidy. 
>  You are the
> inspiration for this, I reckon.  From an HTML handling point 
> of view, I see
> it as a basic requirement to keep these projects in sync.  My modest
> proposal is that this list continue as the coordination point 
> for these
> efforts.  
> 
> This is all fairly informal, and I don't want change that.  
> But, at the end
> of the day, we'll need to update this list often enough so 
> that there are no
> surprises.  To that end, let's keep the discussion here until we get a
> quorum of developers on SF.  Which brings us to...
> 
> We need to get SF users added to the project.  To do that you 
> need to have a
> SF account.  If you already have one, please send it along 
> and I'll add you
> to the list.  To get an account, go to 
> http://sourceforge.net/ and click on
> "New User via SSL".  It just takes a couple minutes.  Please 
> let me know if
> you can help out w/ project admin duties.  We'll need another 
> two people, at
> least.
> 
> Are there any autoconf experts out there?  Is this the best tool for
> managing cross-platform builds?
> 
> Also, just to get some discussion started, here is a tidy.h.  
> Comments,
> alternatives, corrections, suggestions, questions, flames all 
> appreciated.
> 
> take it easy,
> Charles Reitzel
> 
> 
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: noreply@sourceforge.net [mailto:noreply@sourceforge.net]
> Sent: Sunday, May 20, 2001 8:04 PM
> To: creitzel@arrakisplanet.com
> Subject: SourceForge Project Approved
> 
> 
> Your project registration for SourceForge has been approved. 
> 
> Project Full Name:  HTML Tidy
> Project Unix Name:  tidy
> CVS Server:         cvs.tidy.sourceforge.net
> Shell/Web Server:   tidy.sourceforge.net
> 
> Your DNS will take up to a day to become active on our site.
> While waiting for your DNS to resolve, you may try shelling into 
> shell.sourceforge.net and pointing CVS to cvs.sourceforge.net.
> 
> If after 6 hours your shell/CVS accounts still do not work, please
> open a support ticket so that we may take a look at the problem.
> Please note that all shell/CVS accounts are closed to telnet and only
> work with SSH1.
> 
> Your web site is accessible through your shell account. Please read
> site documentation (see link below) about intended usage, available 
> services, and directory layout of the account.
> 
> Please take some time to read the site documentation about project
> administration (http://sourceforge.net/docs/site/). If you visit your 
> own project page in SourceForge while logged in, you will find 
> additional menu functions to your left labeled 'Project Admin'. 
> 
> We highly suggest that you now visit SourceForge and create a public
> description for your project. This can be done by visiting 
> your project
> page while logged in, and selecting 'Project Admin' from the menus
> on the left (or by visiting
> https://sourceforge.net/project/admin/?group_id=27659
> after login).
> 
> Your project will also not appear in the Trove Software Map (primary
> list of projects hosted on SourceForge which offers great 
> flexibility in
> browsing and search) until you categorize it in the project 
> administration 
> screens. So that people can find your project, you should do 
> this now. 
> Visit your project while logged in, and select 'Project 
> Admin' from the 
> menus on the left.
> 
> Enjoy the system, and please tell others about SourceForge. 
> Let us know
> if there is anything we can do to help you.
> 
>  -- the SourceForge crew
> 
> 
Received on Tuesday, 22 May 2001 04:27:28 GMT

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