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From Trustin Lee <trus...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [sitedocs] who's ready
Date Sun, 24 Apr 2005 04:08:38 GMT
I'll work on MINA xdocs.  Could you tell me what could be added more?

Thanks,
Trustin

2005/4/24, Alex Karasulu <aok123@bellsouth.net>:
> Guys,
> 
> I can try to publish the docs if people have setup their xdocs let's get
> a checklist of projects that have completed xdocs for next round of
> releases:
> 
> X - done
> x - partially done
> blank - not done
> 
> [X] ApacheDS
> [  ] MINA
> [  ] Authx
> [  ] Naming
> [  ] Kerberos
> [  ] Change Password
> [  ] Dns
> [  ] Ntp
> [  ] Dhcp
> [ x ] Ldap
> [ x ] ASN.1
> [ X ] Main Sitedocs
> [  ] Clients
> [  ] ... am I missing anything ???
> 
> For some of the projects that are in the works we only need an simple
> single xdoc page like Dns for example.  I think its time to setup the
> menu so we show a list of protocols or protocol providers somewhere that
> can be expanded.  Enrique you organized the protocol-providers with the
> new restructure.  Enrique any thoughts on how we want the menus to look
> now to reflect this new structure.  You think you could whip up some
> xdocs and make the necessary menu changes?  Again I can publish it when
> you are ready.
> 
> I want to get the site up and together early this Tuesday so we can
> start making some tar balls for the 0.9 release of ApacheDS and various
> other component releases like MINA, Kerberos, Ldap etc.
> 
> BTW I could not find a plain old Apache png to fit with our existing
> Directory png so I nixed the <organization/> section in the pom to only
> have the directory logo up.  I think for now this is ok.  However we
> might want to have a link to the apache main site somewhere on the main
> menu.  I had it on the navbar way back but it seems to have been
> removed.  Take a look at the main directory site where I published it
> already.
> 
> Thanks,
> Alex
> 
> 


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