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Re: updated Gnulib web page to use latest GNU boilerplate

From: Eric Blake
Subject: Re: updated Gnulib web page to use latest GNU boilerplate
Date: Wed, 24 Oct 2007 06:18:02 -0600
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According to Paul Eggert on 10/24/2007 1:22 AM:
> Eric Blake <address@hidden> writes:
>> Rather than inlining this text, shouldn't you have used the magic:
>> <!--#include virtual="/server/header.html" -->
> Most likely, yes.  But where's the source to the boilerplate that
> includes this magic?  I used http://www.gnu.org/boilerplate.html,
> which has the magic already expanded.  I couldn't find the actual
> source for that.

Here's an email that went around among GNU developers last month:

According to Micah Cowan on 9/14/2007 8:23 AM:
> Brian Gough wrote:
>> I am updating a project web page under www.gnu.org/software/.
>> The maintainers' guide leads to the new GNU web page template at:
>>    http://www.gnu.org/server/standards/boilerplate.html
>> I heard that this template uses server-side includes for the banner
>> part (OOXML, Badvista, etc).  If so, does anyone know where to get the
>> unprocessed source for the page?
>> Last time I cut and pasted all the html but it soon got out of sync
>> with the rest of the site.
>> Thanks.
> You can get it on Savannah at
> I just had to track this down myself. I have not seen this mentioned
> _anywhere_. It really should be mentioned _everywhere_: on the
> boilerplate page itself ("where to get the latest, raw version"), on the
> web guidelines pages, which refer and link to boilerplate.html
> plentifully, but don't tell you where to obtain the version with SSIs
> intact... :/

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