[RULE] The RULE test website is up now!

M. Fioretti m.fioretti at inwind.it
Sat May 1 19:55:33 EEST 2004


I have managed to write a script that could convert almost all the
existing RULE content to the new format and just ran it.

Please surf to see the result to:


That site now has almost everything we have on the original site, in a
much more manageable format. What is still missing are the news, and
the data from the testing database.

What next? Basically 2 things:

1) I will now start testing how to add the missing pieces, and format
the pages better and leaner: no forums, no list of articles from the
same author, etc.. for the reasons already discussed here on the list.

2) I need your help in these two ways:

   a) the script was rough, and there surely are tons of linking and
      formatting errors in the pages. Please signal them to me off
      list, with a mail with subject RULE_ERR:<article_title>. Be
      picky: quote the exact section of the text which are wrong and
      why. After that, be patient :-)

   b) The good news is that now we can share the load: if you feel
   like contributing, contact me again to have a login as maintainer,
   so we can fix the pages and add new ones working in team. The SPIP
   formatting guidelines are simple, 1/2 pages only.

Once we have fixed up the content, I will back it up and rebuild it
from scratch on the real server. Then we can start working again to
get RULE for Fedora Core 2 (release supposed around May 17th, so the
timing looks perfect).

	Marco Fioretti

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