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Can knock up geometric type graphics in Photoshop, decent HTML/CSS (bit rough
on serious positioning).
Also Perl, JSP and lots of other stuff if anyone happens to be desperate for
a developer <hope>
Must say tho isn't this turning into a bit of a committee?
And what was wrong with previous gfx?
Seems to me what's really needed are the old pages back with some kinda include
capability so it's easier for the real developers to post easy updates. Maybe
a perl script which takes down name and the news then regen's the static HTML
pages to add it in?
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> Seems to me what's really needed are the old pages back with some kinda include
> capability so it's easier for the real developers to post easy updates. Maybe
> a perl script which takes down name and the news then regen's the static HTML
> pages to add it in?
The new site design is currently planned to actally contain a newsletter
page which the Docs team are gonna have the responisbility of keeping
updated. Thus freeing the developers to write the code and just write
news when they really have something they want known; while us Doc
monkeys end up running around the web reading this list, the cvs list,
and their personal websites to keep everyone up to date with what's
We're trying to deal with getting the ball rolling on Documentation thou
at the moment, but we'll probably start working on the web base
newsletter near the end of this week so that we can get into good
practise with keeping it updated: whether it gets on the website before
or after the new web design however will be a desicion up to the web