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Re: [Savannah-hackers] submission of Ftrain Sitekit -

From: Loic Dachary
Subject: Re: [Savannah-hackers] submission of Ftrain Sitekit -
Date: Mon, 2 Sep 2002 10:04:05 +0200


        Although the copyright an license notices say that a 
copy of the GNU GPL should be in the distribution, I was not able
to find it. Could you add it from ?

        Another issue is that GIF files cannot be hosted on Savannah. 
Could you replace them with JPG or PNG files ? 

        When you're done, please submit your project again.

        Thanks in advance,

address@hidden writes:
 > A package was submitted to
 > This mail was sent to address@hidden, address@hidden
 > Paul Ford <address@hidden> described the package as follows:
 > License: gpl
 > Other License: 
 > Package: Ftrain Sitekit
 > System name: ftrain
 > Type: 2
 > Description:
 > The Ftrain Sitekit is a collection of XSLT scripts for building large, 
 > interlinked complex web sites from simple XML documents. It is intended to 
 > be an eminently hackable way to make large, content-rich sites in a minimum 
 > of time, using open standards and publicly available tools like Emacs, and 
 > Python, and easily syndicating content in RSS1.0.
 > The Ftrain Sitekit is also designed to be a playground for building a 
 > \"Semantic Web\" site. Code to produce interesting RDF from XML sources, 
 > which can then be queried by open tools (i.e. Redland) is being planned now.
 > The proof of concept for the Ftrain Sitekit is, a personal 
 > web site with thousands of readers holding nearly 1000 separate, interlinked 
 > pages, all of which are derived from a single XML document using only XSLT 
 > code, built via makefile. The code is being released to to multiple requests 
 > from interest readers interested in hacking, adding new features, and 
 > improving its quality.
 > My project already exists and you can download the latest distribution at 
 > (but I far prefer the ethos of Savannah, so I want to move away from 
 > SourceForge)
 > or browse through the code in production at:
 > Other Software Required:
 > It requires an XSLT1.0 processor; I use the free libxslt, associated with 
 > the GNOME project. When a good GNU-compliant XSLT2.0 processor emerges, 
 > I\'ll refactor the code to use XSLT2.0 features.
 > Other Comments:
 > Any questions can be directed to Paul Ford, mailto:address@hidden - thanks!

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