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From Ross Gardler <>
Subject Re: svn commit: r392105 - /forrest/trunk/whiteboard/plugins/org.apache.forrest.plugin.input.glossary/src/documentation/content/xdocs/glossary.xml
Date Fri, 07 Apr 2006 13:34:11 GMT
Gav.... wrote:
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: David Crossley []
>>Sent: Friday, 7 April 2006 6:40 PM
>>Subject: Re: svn commit: r392105 -
>>Ross Gardler wrote:
>>>David Crossley wrote:
>>>>Now that i look more carefully at your example site,
>>>>i understand more. It seems that it is somehow magically
>>>>linked to a citations document. Great, however we don't
>>>>yet have the Citations plugin at Forrest. FOR-756
>>>Ahhhh... I completely forgot about that. When I get time I'll dig out
>>>the citations "plugin" too. It's in the same state as the original
>>>glossary donation (i.e. against Forest 0.5).
>>Do you mean this? ...
> I have downloaded the attached files, this Plugin looks like it can be built
> and upgraded in much the same way as the Glossary Plugin ?

Yes, it was written against the exact same version of Forrest as the 
Glossary plugin. So you should have no real problems.

> And are all the other new Plugin upgrade Issues a similar job?

Now you know how to put a plugin together, yes, they are similar, but 
not at all the same.

> I might be in the mood to have a go at these over the next week or two.


Someone able to pick up the pieces left by people who move to fast to 
finish what they started (that'll include me by the way!)

> (Unless there is more important stuff I could tackle?)

One other thing that would be really useful is the modifications to the 
COAT theme [1]. If I remember correctly you are pretty smart with CSS so 
maybe you would like to tackle this, it involves some tidying up of 
dispatcher contracts as well judging by the description of changes.

In terms of "more important", the items on the 0.8 roadmap [2] are 
always important.

However, it is important that you choose stuff that you *want* to do. 
All this is great for the project and we need to get it done before we 
can release, but we don't want you burning out on us - you have to have 
some fun - so pick and choose what you want to do.



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