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Re: 30 day webathon for kickstarter support (issue 6068045)

From: Janek Warchoł
Subject: Re: 30 day webathon for kickstarter support (issue 6068045)
Date: Sat, 28 Apr 2012 14:38:32 +0200

On Thu, Apr 26, 2012 at 8:07 AM, Graham Percival
<address@hidden> wrote:
> I like the content of the announcement.
> I still don't like the idea of manually editing index.html.  I was
> expecting/hoping for something like
> Documentation/web/twits.txt:
> -----
> The Ensemble 101 is going on a European tour where they'll sing
> music typeset using LilyPond.  Click <a target=\"_blank\" 
> \href=\"\";>here</a> to learn more!
> -----
> The Birmingham Amateur Theatre is presenting "Penzance Pirates",
> starring our documentation editor Trevor Daniels as the talking lion![1]
> -----
> Project manager Graham Percival has successfully defended his PhD
> thesis.  Only two days of edits left to go before he hands in the
> final version![2]
> -----
> Valentin is trying soy milk with his cereal.  Still on the fence
> about it.[3]
> -----
> and then the javascript would parse that file.  I'm not picky
> about the file format (it could be "each line is a separate
> announcement; lines can be up to 256 chars long" since that's
> probably easier to handle in javascript).


On Thu, Apr 26, 2012 at 9:54 AM, Trevor Daniels <address@hidden> wrote:
> Amazingly, there's an element of truth in it.  Read Bicester for
> Birmingham, though.  I'm nearing the end of typesetting a new vocal score
> for a musical pantomime based on Sullivan's music
> from the Savoy operas.  It has 19 musical numbers, all with
> original words.  It will be performed next November.  Oh, and it has a
> talking dragon rather than a lion, but probably not played
> by me, although I have played Samuel twice in Pirates.



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