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Re: Creating a modularization tool in PHP?

From: Alexander J. Vincent <jscript@pacbell.net>
Date: Sat, 08 Dec 2001 17:45:16 -0800
To: www-html@w3.org
Message-id: <3C12C22C.5090209@pacbell.net>
    Well, I've already had a rather enthusiastic response in the last 
few hours from three separate individuals, one an expert in PHP and 
another a coauthor of the Modularization specification.  Thanks!

    The strength of that enthusiasm is encouraging me to launch an 
official DTD Modularizer project at http://www.jslab.org/dtd-mod . 
 (Site will be up very soon -- probably within two hours.)  We're going 
to start with PHP for now, but we'll welcome other languages as well 
(CGI/Perl comes to mind for the W3C servers) in very short order.  (As 
in just say you'd be willing to do a version in your language, and 
welcome aboard!)

    I'd like to know if any volunteers here understand CVS or SSH/SCP 
well enough for me to transfer the project to SourceForge, or if you can 
recommend another collaborative host.  I don't know either one of those 
protocols, so I'm up the creek without a paddle on SourceForge.  It also 
makes it difficult for anyone to contribute code without going through 
me first (and my ego's not that big) at jslab.org.  Any kind of 
logistical support I can get for this to create a public working 
environment I'd appreciate.  My overall goal here would be to create a 
suite we could submit for use and preferably hosting by the World Wide 
Web Consortium.
Received on Saturday, 8 December 2001 20:45:21 GMT

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