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Re: Creating a modularization tool in PHP?

From: Lyn Richards \(DogLogic\) <danelady@gsinet.net>
Date: Sat, 8 Dec 2001 23:19:45 -0800
Message-ID: <011201c18081$e161bce0$32c39318@ne.mediaone.net>
To: "Alexander J. Vincent" <jscript@pacbell.net>, <www-html@w3.org>
Sorry folks
Feel free to use my email address

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Alexander J. Vincent" <jscript@pacbell.net>
To: <www-html@w3.org>
Sent: Saturday, December 08, 2001 5:45 PM
Subject: Re: Creating a modularization tool in PHP?

>     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 23:21:36 UTC

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