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[Savannah-hackers] savannah.gnu.org: submission of Programmierung in Rub


From: juergen . katins
Subject: [Savannah-hackers] savannah.gnu.org: submission of Programmierung in Ruby
Date: Tue, 26 Feb 2002 04:24:53 -0500

A package was submitted to savannah.gnu.org.
This mail was sent to address@hidden, address@hidden


J├╝rgen Katins <address@hidden> described the package as follows:
License: fdl
Other License: 
Package: Programmierung in Ruby
System name: progrubyger
This package does NOT want to apply for inclusion in the GNU project

I tried to registrate before and got handled by \"Jaime E . Villate\" 
<address@hidden> 

I wrote formerly:
>> My project translates the book \\\"Programming Ruby\\\" by Dave Thomas and 
>> Andrew Hunt to german language. I hope parts of it will become a part of the 
>> internationalisation branch of freeride project which is hosted also at 
>> savannah. <<

The main purpose at savannah will be the continious maintainance of the book. 
The translation is nearly completed and I am afraid I will not succeed to get 
used to cvs and rsync and all this stuff prior to finishing it. But I think it 
is a good idea to use cvs as tool to iclude errata fixes to the book. There 
also will be the need to mirror the changes made to the programming language 
due to version upgrades. 

I imagine the following scenario: 

I got a web site which will contain: 
1. the english original of the book as online version
2. the german book as online version
3. the english original (xml and html) as downloadable zip file
4. the german book (xml and html) as downloadable zip file
5. a change log where users can examine the latest changes
6. an online formular (similar to this I am using at the moment) for readers to 
support errata messages. This messages should automatically be sent to 
something like a task list where the maintainers can work with them. 

I got a cvs site (or whatever this item is called) which partly resembles the 
web site. The errata task list should be present there somehow, too. There I 
will also build an upgrade task list for upgrading to newer versions of the 
programming language. 
After working off a task the web site should be updated (I hope this could be 
accomplished automatically) updating the zipped xml files, zipped html files, 
online html files, and an additionally change log. 

Most of this is totally undiscovered land to me and I would be grateful if you 
could tell me some places where I can read about it and become smart. 

Meanwhile I managed to be able to use this psftp thing at all and I am 
confident of mastering this rsync/cvs stuff, too. I hope to  reassemble my 
computer soon (whose power supply unit overloaded and exploded in a series of 
pffts and ptahhs taking along the mainboard straight to heaven) which was and 
will be running a Suse linux OS. 


The translation in progress is located at 
http://home.vr-web.de/juergen.katins/ruby/







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