>>>>> "Daniel" == Daniel Bonniot <Daniel.Bonniot@...> writes:
Daniel> I just created this list, and made all SourceForge
Daniel> features (bug reports, feature requests, forum posts, ...)
Daniel> send their output here. At the moment, I don't expect a
Daniel> high volume, so it should be no problem, but make it easy
Daniel> to follow anything happening. I did this because there was
Daniel> a feature request, and I suppose nobody noticed.
I didn't noticed. :(
Daniel> Christian, do you plan to work more on Sualtam at the
Daniel> moment? The feature request was timezones, so you already
Daniel> implemented it in CVS :-) I gave you the rights to make a
Daniel> new release, if you have the time. We should close the
Daniel> request after the release was made. I also made you an
Daniel> admin, so you are welcome to modify anything if you want.
I did the release (sualtam-0.1.1). Also adusted the older release to
be sualtam-0.1. Changed the link on the website to
http://sualtam.sourceforge.net/sualtam.jar and added an Redirect in an
.htaccess (like you are also doing on nice.sf.net).
Daniel> Personnally, my priorities are of course elsewhere
Daniel> (guess!), but I will probably hack on S once in a while,
Daniel> during long winter weekends :-)
I'm also a bit in trouble. I have had to move quite a few servers (as
you might already have noticed; now the bot is located at a 30MBit
Uplink and is running on a Netfinity5500-M10) and some other
programming tasks are still waiting.
Daniel> Other random ideas for improvements: - Use style sheets
Daniel> instead of coding the colors in the html. That would make
Daniel> it easy to customize the style without modifying Sualtam
Daniel> itself (another feature request, by email to me. There
Daniel> seems to be interest, after all). Is it possible to have a
Daniel> default style embedded in the html, and have a custom css
Daniel> file override it if present? I think there should be a
Daniel> correct basic look if no style sheet is made.
Daniel> - Generate a summary page. instead of this long list of
Daniel> html files in the directory, an index.html would be
Daniel> generated, grouping the pages by month and day, probably
Daniel> the most recent on top. I believe this could be done in a
Daniel> generic Nice library that Sualtam imports, which would
Daniel> make the code more modular and clear.
Sounds also good. btw. have you noticed the directory
I thought it might be a good idea to create some backups of all your