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Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] creating lists

From: Karl Berry
Subject: Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] creating lists
Date: Mon, 14 Jan 2008 17:33:38 -0600

    Changing the themes means editing the CSS files (what you look for is
    in base.css), I'll do that.

Thanks.  It is pleasant not to see the excessive justified spacing any more.

    - the custom texts are stored at

Sorry for my ignorance, but I still do not see what to edit or create in
order to add some text to the mailing list creation pages, e.g.,

The one file I see under gnu-content/mail at the above url is an
effectively empty about_list_creation.txt.  Somehow I didn't think it
would be a good idea to just edit it and see what happened :).

Can you advise?

    You also have a pre-installed QEMU image ready to run.

What does developing savane or savannah have to do with QEMU?  It's the
first time I've seen this mentioned.

    If that's too much complicated for the volunteers, they probably can't

The problem is not that running "make install" is hard.  (I certainly
agree anyone baffled by that is a hopeless case. :) The problem is
knowing what to download and unpack and set up to get to the point of
running make install.  And how any changes can be tested, and how they
can get propagated to the live savannah site in due course.

    I had to learn about those along the way 

I understand, believe me.  And I for one am impressed and grateful that
you succeeded in learning and setting up the present savannah.  It is
just hard to know where and how to contribute anything.

    writing tons and tons of documentation 

I wasn't thinking of "tons and tons" of documentation, but of one
reasonably short wiki page listing the above steps for setting up with
savannah development.  Wdyt?


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