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From: Brian Zimmer <bzimmer@zi...> - 2005-02-06 23:08:54
I'm happy to announce the creation of a new Jython wiki.
Bill Dehora has generously donated his time to put together the new
site as well as seed it with a lot of quality pages. We're hoping this
will be an ongoing process whereby we can collect information, such as
the recently written developer's guide, all in one place.
We still need to migrate the FAQ as well as update it with any new
entries. Recently on the jython-users list there have been questions
about J2ME, JDK1.5, memory, the classpath and many more issues which
have been answered and should be preserved. As we move forward it's
the hope the wiki will provide this forum.
For the time being to edit pages you have to be approved, this is
prevent spamming. Once you create an account email either Bill (his
email is the 'request write access' link on the front page) or myself
and we can have you added to the list. This will eventually get
We're also interested in a new site design, perhaps using the wiki as a
focal point. Are there any designers in the group interested in
donating their time and talents to update the look and feel of the
Jython site as well as a produce a new logo?
Brian Zimmer wrote:
> We still need to migrate the FAQ as well as update it with any new
I hope to get the FAQ over in the next few days... honest ;)
> For the time being to edit pages you have to be approved, this is
> prevent spamming. Once you create an account email either Bill (his
> email is the 'request write access' link on the front page) or myself
> and we can have you added to the list. This will eventually get automated.
I'd like to apologize upfront for making folks go through this hoop. The
end-goal here is to configure things so that once you're logged in you
can edit. I'm a (big) fan of the wiki way, but you only have to take a
cursory glance at wikis like Sam Ruby's Atom or those over on Codehaus
to realize they are being inundated with link spam.
Bill de hÓra wrote:
> Brian Zimmer wrote:
>> We still need to migrate the FAQ as well as update it with any new
> I hope to get the FAQ over in the next few days
The FAQ's been moved over:
it's probably worth it for the code pretty printing alone.
I haven't updated the frontpage yet or done anything with the previous