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Re: automatic URLs for plain text format?

From: boud
Subject: Re: automatic URLs for plain text format?
Date: Mon, 4 Dec 2006 23:39:16 +0100 (CET)

hi again

On Mon, 4 Dec 2006, Dmitry Borodaenko wrote:

BTW: Quite a big discussion on looking at cms'es for the "IMC Alternatives"
collective/website is going on at:

I know that spam filtering is a major concern for Chuck, so I think we
should get anti-abuse measures working in Samizdat before approaching


My guess is the actual imc-cms discussion process is de facto
suspended since looking for servers is a huge priority issue right
now. On the other hand, people wanting a new cms are not going to wait
for the imc-cms group to come up with a formal, structured decision,
and IMHO they're not going to try samizdat unless someone "techie"
helps them.  i'm unlikely to have time, but i thought i'd mention it

Setting up another Samizdat site on a machine that already has the
software installed is really trivial, I can do that in 15-30 minutes.

That's what i thought.

The hard part that I didn't fully automate yet is the backup/mirroring
scripts, that's something that needs some arrangement on the receiving
end of backups. I also wonder how Samizdat will cope with a real-world
high-traffic sites: synthetic tests can only get you to a certain
point, real world is always different...


BTW(2): i made my very first samizdat cvs commit - on the file
about.html .  Maybe cvs is not so complicated anyway, it's just

info cvs

which gives a huge amount of info and warnings. :)

CVS is not complicated at all, until you get file conflicts and
branching, you only need to care about 'cvs up' and 'cvs ci' commands.

i didn't see "history" files in the cvs checkout - does this mean
that   cvs release   is not useful (except for checking that i haven't
forgotten to checkin modified files)?


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