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RE: [Tidy-dev] RE: Which link at SourceForge?

From: Charles Reitzel <creitzel@rcn.com>
Date: Mon, 16 Sep 2002 16:43:03 -0400
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To: "Jelks Cabaniss" <jelks@jelks.nu>
Cc: "'html-tidy users'" <html-tidy@w3.org>, "'Tidy Developer mailing list'" <tidy-develop@lists.sourceforge.net>

I don't know if I addressed your concerns fully, but hopefully it is 
improved somewhat.  Have a look-see at the usual: http://tidy.sf.net/    I 
did put a link to my Tidy page at the top under "latest news" and again, in 
the "ports" section.

Any other GUI links we should add?  We probably need to start aging out 
some of the oldest links (or move them to a "old links" page).

Disclaimer: a list of binaries / platforms / dates / whodunnit seems like a 
legitimate use of tables.  One of these days I'll get rid of the outer 
layout table and use <DIV>'s.

take it easy,

At 03:04 PM 9/16/2002 -0400, Jelks Cabaniss wrote:
>Dave Raggett wrote:
> > When you do this can you make sure you add "Windows 95/98/
> > NT/2000/XP" as many people don't know what "Win32" means.
>Indeed.  Also I think there be a note near that saying suggesting
>something to the effect that those who are unfamiliar or uncomfortable
>with working in a command line environment to consider using one of the
>graphical programs listed under "Other Ports" section.  For that matter,
>talking too much about "ports", "builds", etc. on the main page could
>scare off a number of "normal" people who come to the Sourceforge page
>"just looking for a program to clean up my HTML".  These days, many of
>them likely won't know what a command line, port, build, or binary IS.
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