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Re: Converting 3.36 user guide to PDF

From: Mark Summerfield
Subject: Re: Converting 3.36 user guide to PDF
Date: Mon, 7 Jan 2008 09:12:25 +0000
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On 2008-01-07, Kein-Hong Man wrote:
> Mark Summerfield wrote:
> > On 2008-01-05, Bruce Horrocks wrote:
> >> [snip]
> >> Has anyone successfully produced a PDF and can they provide me a link or
> >> email a copy? (Please email first in case I am inundated!)
> >
> > The lout web site (http://lout.sourceforge.net) always seems to be
> > out-of-date and seems to be impossible to update. The other lout web
> > site (http://sourceforge.net/projects/lout) does seem to be up-to-date
> > except that it links to an invalid web page for the project's web site.
> As far as my status on the Lout SF project goes: There are a few
> project admins, and I have dev permissions only. That said, I for
> one can't commit to maintaining a website, so perhaps someone can
> do away with the SF website and make it point somewhere proper,
> where the 'somewhere proper' should ideally be a maintained
> website. I dunno what's the best way to optimize this...
> Mirroring the source releases and Win32/doc file releases I can do
> for now, since releases are infrequent and does not involve that
> much work. Of course it's a bit redundant... but that's in case
> Australia gets wiped out by a large meteor... :-) That sums up
> what I am doing.
> Around these parts of the FLOSS scene, I guess there is a short
> supply of ready contributions of time and resources (as opposed to
> say Linux, where there are riches in comparison), so there are
> severe limitations as to what the Lout community can rustle up and
> maintain in the long term.
> > I am trying to keep copies of recent lout versions + PDFs of the user
> > guide on my own site:
> > http://www.qtrac.eu/lout.html

Actually, now that I've seen your lout.sourceforge.net page, I'm no
longer keeping my own copies, I'm just pointing to your site instead.
But I wish someone would kill the lout.sourceforge.net page or at least
make it redirect to lout.sourceforge.net.

Mark Summerfield, Qtrac Ltd., www.qtrac.eu

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