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From David Crossley <cross...@indexgeo.com.au>
Subject Re: [report] xml-site update
Date Mon, 03 Jun 2002 02:58:55 GMT
Diana Shannon wrote:
> David Crossley wrote:
> > Diana Shannon wrote:
> > <snip/>
> >> I also forgot to add the step of using Link Alarm
> >> (http://reports.linkalarm.com/373104199608/)  to test links, once the
> >> site is live. This should be used primarily for bad external links.
> >
> > This is a step that only i can do. Our company pays for the
> > LinkAlarm run. We schedule it on an irregular basis. In the
> > past this has only been following an official code release,
> > because that was the only time the website was updated.
> 
> How generous!

Just one more way that we can contribute. All contributers
are generous with their time (= money).

> > It looks like there will soon be regular updates of the
> > website independent of code release. So we will schedule
> > LinkAlarm to be regular.
> 
> What does "regular" mean? If I update the live site, I feel somewhat 
> responsible for correcting link errors. How will I know when to check 
> LinkAlarm?

I am not yet sure how often we will run it.

I just scheduled LinkAlarm to do its work again and will tell
the list when the report is finished.

> I hope this doesn't drive up the costs to your company.
> I certainly didn't mean to suggest that.

At one cent per page it is not too bad. Last time there were
968 pages (it includes javadocs too). So that equates to about
US$10 per run. We can cope with that.

It is the javadocs that bumps up the page-count. We may decide
to exclude them. We could then run LinkAlarm more often.
--David


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