Looks good! (Apart from the minor annoyance that links in the right menu are
bright yellow before they have been visited.. eep! ;-)
An update site on SF is definitely a good idea.
W.r.t. an all-eclipse-fp site package, isn't that just a different feature,
which uses more plugins? .. or have I misunderstood how things work? (if
it is, then no problem, if not, then I'm a bit wary & confused.)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Leif Frenzel" <himself@...>
To: "eclipsefp" <eclipsefp-develop@...>
Sent: Thursday, November 11, 2004 10:49 PM
Subject: [eclipsefp-develop] Homepage
> Hi all,
> I have refreshed the version of the new homepage candidate at
> http://eclipsefp.sf.net/newhome and added the stuff that was still
> I have meanwhile seen several Eclipse-related projects that also have
> borrowed the look of the Eclipse.org website, and therefore we will not
> to hang alone ... also, since nobody has volunteered to create something
> completely different, I don't think we should wait much longer. Could you
> please have a look at it and say whether we can switch to the new version?
> Note that the layout is such that once I have switched, the OCaml part
> remains exactly where it is, so people who have bookmarked it will see no
> difference (of course they will not get the frame around it). You may want
> to edit it a little bit where some info is redundant.
> But I suggest we should put the updates sites together.
> http://eclipsefp.sf.net/updates contains now all releases, but I have not
> tested whether it actually works, I'll do that tomorrow (need a better
> Internet conncetion for that). Maybe we should also consider to put an
> of eclipsefp' site package to the File releases, which would contain
> Haskell, OCaml and the latest common every time one of the subprojects has
> I'll make it the official page once I get your 'go'. So, if anybody has
> objections, you may speak now or be silent forever ;-)
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