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[Axiom-developer] RE: page.axiom-developer problem / FrontPage

From: Bill Page
Subject: [Axiom-developer] RE: page.axiom-developer problem / FrontPage
Date: Fri, 4 Nov 2005 12:55:27 -0500


On November 4, 2005 7:01 AM you wrote:
> it seems that there is a small problem with 
> If I click on "Axiom book" I get the link
> which does not work.
> ...

Thanks. It should be ok now. Please let me know if not.
> I suppose that usage of
> is depreciated, but there are probably still many many links to 
> that address out there...

Yes, you are right. At some point, we should start echoing a
"Please change your bookmark" for this url but for now I will
try to keep it working while we make sure that the shorter


are working properly.

There is also some awkwardness about the shortest possible

which is mapped automatically by the ISP name server to

I made and alias for

But I am not sure whether there is any point in retaining
these longer urls:



I know all these names for the same things is rather confusing
and it's hard to maintain so they all work properly.

> -----------------
> FrontPage design
> I'm a little unhappy about the crowdy look of the FrontPage. 
> I suggest that we concentrate on the essentials. I think
> that:
> ... 
> -----------------
> If there is agreement, I can redo the FrontPage. 

I agree with all your suggested changes and encourage you to
do the re-design.
> There are some more things that should be redesigned:
> The WishList and SummerOfCode pages should be merged and 
> redone. I think that several projects are already completed.
> It would be good if every project on this common page would
> have a link and a backlink to IssueTracker.

Do you think the current set of IssueTracker categories, severity
and status properties is adequate for this purpose? If not, then
then also can be extended and/or rationalized.

> The bits and pieces of wiki-documentation to interpreter, 
> SPAD and Aldor should be regrouped.
> Volunteers?

I think this is a great idea!

Bill Page.

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