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From: Frank Worsley <fworsley@ho...> - 2001-03-24 23:59:27
I was supposed to update this page about two weeks ago and still haven't
done it. I'm beginning to think that Alan was right and this is too much
work to keep updated (also I feel like a jackass for not updating it).
If someone else feels like keeping it updated or even writing some PHP code
that allows for a ratings system with comments please let me know! Otherwise
I will replace the page with a generic listing of supported hardware when
next time I get around to it.
From: Frank Worsley <fworsley@ho...> - 2001-03-25 02:01:39
From: "Nicholas Leippe" <nick@...>
> Some ideas I have for possible 'rating' systems:
> Perhaps make each box a link to more information regarding
> that particular arch/card combo that could be maintained by
> the developers.
> They could actually use this as a place to track their todo
> list and/or link into a bug database (is there already a bug
> database on sourceforge?), and we could dig into that and
> list the bugs/todos outstanding on that arch/card. (this would
> of course need to be all automated in php/whatever)
Those are all good ideas, except I don't have time to do any of it right now
(and the near future). I got final exams coming up and another project on
the line. As I said, if anybody else wants to do it, that would be great.