--- a/README
+++ b/README
@@ -1,33 +1,33 @@
 Here is a brief explanation of how it works.
 
 You should have write access to /home/groups/m/ma/maxima/ at
-shell.sourceforge.net and to the Maxima CVS repository (i.e. you should be a
-developer of Maxima project at the SF).
+web.sourceforge.net and to the Maxima CVS repository
+(i.e. you should be a developer of Maxima project at the SF).
 
-DO NOT edit the .html files in /home/groups/m/ma/maxima/htdocs since they are
-generated automatically. The sources are stored in the CVS module 'site-xml'
+See https://sourceforge.net/scm/?type=cvs&group_id=4933
 
-Page template is a .xsl file; the .xml files are being transformed using .xsl.
-Please, ensure that your changes are valid XHTML 1.0 Strict or at least
-well-formed XML (you can check it by the special tools like xmllint or
-xsltproc or by opening XML files in a web browser with built-in XSLT
-processor, e.g. Firefox).
+DO NOT edit the .html files in /home/groups/m/ma/maxima/htdocs since
+they are generated automatically. The sources are stored in the CVS
+module 'site-xml'.
 
-At shell.sourceforge.net, you should get XML files from the CVS repository.
-Note that only anonymous access is available from SSH and the developer CVS
-repository isn't well synchronized with the anonymous one, so you have to
-wait some time before doing 'cvs checkout' at shell.sourceforge.net (consult
-the SF docs). After that, you should get XHTML files (using xsltproc command)
-and move them to the htdocs.
+The template is main.xsl; all .xml files should be transformed
+using .xsl. Please, ensure that your changes are valid XHTML 1.0
+Strict or at least well-formed XML (you can check it by the special
+tools like xmllint or xsltproc or by opening XML files in a web
+browser with built-in XSLT processor, e.g. Firefox).
 
-All that stuff (checkout, transformation, copying to the htdocs) could be
-performed by /home/groups/m/ma/maxima/getxhtml.pl script. Now it should be
-called manually when needed, but I guess we can schedule its execution
+For transformations I recommend xsltproc
+(http://www.xmlsoft.org/XSLT/xsltproc2.html)
 
-Example session:
+An example session (suppose the user ID is bob):
 
-  # ssh user@shell.sourceforge.net
-  -bash-3.00$ cd /home/groups/m/ma/maxima/
-  -bash-3.00$ ./getxhtml.pl
 
-Contact Alexey Beshenov <al@beshenov.ru> if there are some problems.
+  ~/foo$ cvs -z3 -d:ext:bob@maxima.cvs.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/maxima co -P site-xml
+  ~/foo/site-xml/es$ cd site-xml/es/
+  ~/foo/site-xml/es$ emacs documentation.xml
+  ~/foo/site-xml/es$ cvs commit documentation.xml
+  ~/foo/site-xml/es$ xsltproc documentation.xml ../main.xsl > documentation.html
+  ~/foo/site-xml/es$ scp documentation.html bob,maxima@web.sourceforge.net:/home/groups/m/ma/maxima/htdocs/es
+  ~/foo/site-xml/es$ rm documentation.html
+
+Contact Alexey Beshenov <al@cadadr.org> if there are some problems.