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Re: Latest HTACG / Tidy News

From: John Coggeshall <john@coggeshall.org>
Date: Sat, 28 Feb 2015 08:34:31 -0800 (PST)
Message-Id: <1425141271328.d53c2543@Nodemailer>
To: "Jim Derry" <balthisar@gmail.com>
Cc: html-tidy@w3.org, public-htacg@w3.org, tidy-develop@lists.sourceforge.net
Hello!




It's good to see some life in this project! I am the maintainer of the PHP bindings for tidy.




With the new life what do we need to know from an API perspective? I am curious, especially since we are working on PHP 7, if we should take a look at a large rewrite to take advantage of new lib tidy features or is there little to care about in Api changes?




John

On Fri, Feb 27, 2015 at 11:59 PM, Jim Derry <balthisar@gmail.com> wrote:

> Good day subscribers,
> On behalf of the small HTACG group, I wanted to take the opportunity to
> provide you an update on our progress towards releasing a new, modern Tidy.
> Although we've pushed the release date back for an official release by a
> couple of weeks, things are looking really good for Tidy. Since
> 2015-January-15:
> - Added support for svg, picture, mathml, and more.
> - Fixed numerous bugs.
> - HTACG has a nice landing page: http://www.htacg.org
> - Tidy's website is refreshed and modern: http://www.html-tidy.org
> - We are getting very close to a final strategy for providing binary
> distributions once again.
> - We will reach out to maintainers for popular repositories in an effort to
> help them update distributions to include modern Tidy.
> If you are interested in particulars then I encourage you to look at the
> project's commit history (https://github.com/htacg/tidy-html5/commits/master
> ).
> If you've not used Tidy in a while, then we hope that you can try our
> current pre-release version and give us some feedback.
> Although we've made a lot of progress, the project itself needs some help,
> and if you have an interest in Tidy and its future, we invite you to join
> us. You do not have to be a C coder!
> - HTACG could still use some help in developing a governance process.
> - Any general project management experience is welcome.
> - HTML and/or Jekyll experience can help with our websites.
> - Social media users can help us spread the word to a larger audience.
> - Doxygen / Code documenters can help us build a world-class set of
> documentation.
> - Should we add something to our websites? Write it and we will consider it.
> - Suggestions are always welcome. If you use Tidy, you are already part of
> the community. Let your voice be heard.
> -- 
> ---
> Jim Derry
> Clinton Township, MI, USA
> Nanjing, Jiangsu, China PRC
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