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+1.6.0 released (17 Sep 2007) by Willis
+Up-to-date with the latest upstream release Vim 7.1. Also included various
+bugfixes. Thanks to everyone for making this happen!
+Maintainer change (23 July 2007) by lang2
+lang2 is stepping down fromt the maintainer's role and yianwillis will take
+1.5.0 released! (18 Aug 2006) by lang2
+A big move and we have a completely new release. Thanks to the hard
+work of tocer and Willis, all documentation files are NOW fully
+up-to-date with 7.0, including 13 new help files. Online HTML is going
+to be updated soon.
+There will be no separate releases for old vim versions. You are all
+encouraged to use the poweful new Vim7 anyway:) Happy vimming!
+New release expected soon! (07 Aug 2006) by Willis
+Stay tuned.
+Version 1.0 released! Also preview release for Vim7! (23 Jun 2006) by Willis
+We have completed all documentations for Vim 6.4! Various reviews have been
+made since 0.9.0 and we are very happy to announce our first 1.x release for
+vim 6.4!
+In the meantime, many new exciting features have been added since Vim 7.0 
+has been released early May. We are actively working on new Vim 7 help files 
+and in our first preview release, we already have 60 out of 128 files up-to-date.
+Welcome to try it out!
+Online HTML versions are also updated for both 6.4 and 7.0 releases. 
+0.9.0 released! (19 Mar 2006) by lang2
+This is a major milestone release! All Vim documentation are now translated
+and updated against Vim 6.4. This release is almost single-handedly made 
+possible by Willis, who has only joined us for no more than a month. Everybody
+is encouraged to upgrade (hint: read the INSTALL file). Online HTML version will
+be updated shortly.
+All documents translated (12 Mar 2006) by lang2
+Thanks for Willis, we now have a complete translation of all the Vim
+documentation, user manual as well as reference manual. Well done Willis. 
+0.8.0 is released! (27 Jul 2005) by wandys 
+With four new files and many bug fixes.
+New mirror! (09 Dec 2004) by lang2
+This has been on the table for long. The service on cosoft isn't
+half as good as sourceforge. Our Wiki page breaks down from time
+to time. Now thanks for wandys, we have a 
+<a href="http://vcd.gro.clinux.org">new mirror</a> on gro. Enjoy
+vimcdoc 0.7.0 released! (07 July 2004) by lang2
+First ever release for Vim 6.3! Loads of changes and improvements.
+As usual, see the change log for detail. This release can _NOT_ be
+automatically installed for Vim 6.2 or before. Users are suggested
+to upgrade to 6.3, or a manual intallation is needed for usage with
+previous version of Vim. Sorry. :(. Please read the INSTALL file for
+detailed installation instruction.
+Hosting slimzhao's user manual PDF (02 July 2004) by lang2
+We are honored to host slimzhao's lovely PDF version of the Vim user 
+manual. It is of good translation quality, as ours. Download at:
+<a href="http://vimcdoc.sourceforge.net/vim_user_manual_603.0.pdf">
+Linked by vim homepage. (06.10.2004) by lang2
+We are listed by the vim homepage now. Check it out:
+vimcdoc 0.6.1 released! (06.01.2004) by lang2
+This is mainly a bug fix release. Quite few changes really.
+Also, this would be the last vimcdoc release for Vim 6.2
+and below.
+Wiki page (03.15.2004) by lang2
+wandys has put up the wiki page on our cosoft site! It now should be
+easier for casual contribution. Simply follow the WiKi link on the left.
+vimcdoc 0.6.0 released! (12.30.2003) by lang2
+Yet another major release from the hard working vimcdoc team! Three
+important pieces were finished: windows.txt, pattern.txt and quickfix.txt.
+Enjoy the new release and wish you a very happy new year!
+vimcdoc 0.5.0 released! (10.19.2003) by lang2
+This is a mile stone release. All the user manual are now reviewed.
+Happy Birthday! ^o^ (10.10.2003) by lang2
+James He posted in the mailing list:
+It seems that it is one year since our great project started.
+Happy Birthday! ^o^ 
+And Here is what lang2 replied.
+Indeed. I never thought it would take this long to be honest. 
+And it is still not finished!
+No that has been quite a memorable year.
+vimcdoc 0.4.5 released! (10.05.2003) by lang2
+Huge amount of updates, including 10 newly translated files and tons
+of improvements on the existing ones. See the project page for a full
+New major release! (09.22.2003) by lang2
+Version 0.4.0 is available. See the project page for release note and
+change log. Thanks for wandys, dasn and lang2 for the hard work.
+New release! 
+Version 0.3.5 is available. See the project page for release note and
+change log. 
+HTML version updated again (08.27.2003) 
+We have made some decent progress in the past week or so. The HTML
+version is thus updated with the latest! 
+2 new members! (08.18.2003) 
+We have two new members here, corass and dasn. And dasn has started
+working on gui_w32.txt as well as contributing to the reviewing
+0.3.1 released!!! (06.03.2003) 
+This is mainly a bug fix release. Wandys reviewed usr_01.txt through
+usr_12.txt and found some obvious defects. 
+0.3 released!!! (05.30.2003) 
+All user manual files are there and a few other docs. This is a
+milestone !!! 
+All user manual translated!! (05.29.2003) 
+We are on schedule!!! All the user manual documents are now
+translated, thanks for wandys and lang2's hard work. Now the release
+would be only hours away. The on-line version is updated too. 
+Coming closer to the next release (05.19.2003) 
+Another bunch of files have been translated by lang2. Now we have only
+two and half usr_??.txt files left before I start trying to deliver
+the next release. Hopefully it will be before the end of may. 
+On-line documents updated again. (03.21.2003) 
+The on-line HTML version of the documents are updated. Hopefully this
+would be the last time I update them manually. The major change is the
+inclusion of usr_41.txt. 
+On-line documents updated. (01.24.2003) 
+The on-line HTML version of the documents are updated. Not ideal but
+they don't change that often either. 
+Status update (01.15.2003) 
+We've grow to a number of 8 developers now and are making steady
+progress. Most of the usr*.txt are translated already.
+Our cosoft mirrors are now completely re-worked by wandys. A link from the banner is provided. 
+HTML version of documentations on-line (12.05.2002) 
+Noticed the link above 'read on-line'? Yes that is it. You can read the
+translated documentations on-line now. It isn't great at the moment but
+it is usable. Enjoy. 
+First ever release (12.02.2002) 
+We have 1x files in the CVS already so I believe we should celebrate
+this by making the very fist release of vimcdoc project!!!
+Also ychimin2000 joined us today and has picked up two files already. 
+Web page polished (12.01.2002) 
+As you can see, I've simplified the web page. All the useful
+information is now at the right hand. A new status page is created as
+well. These 2 will do for most of the time I think. I got a bit lazy
+during the weekend (partially because of the 2 hr soccer) and found
+myself doing these HTML stuff. So there you go, I don't particularly
+like the banner and all the colors but don't have time for those. 
+Merging... (11.23.2002) 
+wandys found out accidentally that Ken (a.k.a nek_in) has already
+started a same project long ago on here and managed to translate quite
+a few files already. So we mailed the man and basically expressed that
+we want to join him. We are now in a process of joining the two
+project into one. The main sourceforge site will be used for
+developing and the cosoft page will be used for releasing. I'd say
+that is a perfect setup. :-) 
+CVS ready (11.15.2002) 
+As wandys suggested, CVS is now setup and ready to be used. Please go
+to the project page for more information on using the repository. A
+mailing-list problem has been solved too. So there should be absolutely
+no reason for not working hard, ..., except for of course, weekend. 
+We've grown (11.14.2002) 
+wandys and rmy joined the team. It feels good to be working with
+someone instead of fighting all the problems myself. 
+Still looking for help (11.13.2002) 
+I've I under-estimated the amount of work involved in this project. As
+wandys in linuxforum.net said: translation is not easy. I am currently
+working on the |quickref.txt| and I can see translation takes a lot of
+work. So I need help. Anyone who is interested please feel free to
+contact me. Currently I am still on my own. I am hoping to get the
+team list growing..... 
+web page up (11.12.2002) 
+Thanks to the nice people at cosoft.org.cn, I manage to setup the web
+page for this project. As you can see now, there isn't much to see
+here yet since the project has just begun. The design was 'stolen'
+from Open Source Web Design and I'd like to thank warden for creating
+this lovely template. 
+linuxforum.net is down :( (11.11.2002) 
+I initially got quite a number of response from the forum about
+starting this project. But I guess I was unlucky to have it only for
+one day. The site was down after the day. I've lost contact with most
+of the people who has shown interest to the project. Please contact me
+if you are one of them. 
+files uploaded (11.10.2002) 
+I've uploaded two files and put them under release section today. One
+of them is a tar ball with all the Vim help documentation from the Vim
+6.1 distribution. The other is the current status of the project ;-) -
+a partially translated version of the |quickref.txt|. The idea was
+just to test how sourceforge releases files. Give it a shot if you
+want to. 
+project started  (10.10.2002)
+It all started with a few post on linuxforum.net talking about editor
+people use. The fact that someone was saying those crappy eye candy
+editor KDE come up with are better than Vim made me worrying. I said
+to my self, 'this is not good for China.' ;-). I am a developer my
+self and do a lot of coding. I use Vim only and truly think it is a
+great editor. I think people know less about it in China because it is
+documented in English. So I've decided to do this project, to promote
+Vim as the editor as well as letting more people in China start using
+this great tool. 

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