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From Robert Matthews <>
Subject Re: Scimpi status (ISIS-162)?
Date Mon, 06 Feb 2012 13:26:04 GMT
According to questions on the WP site RSS feed are suppose to be 
automatically created by modern browsers and appear with the address.  
Sound like yours and mine don't do this! I've added it to the page though.


On 02/02/12 23:12, Dan Haywood wrote:
> how do I subscribe to your blog - I can't see any RSS symbol anywhere?
> On 2 February 2012 16:46, Robert Matthews<>wrote:
>> Dan
>> Caught me working on something else again.  I have done some work for an
>> archetype but it's not ready yet.  As I am simply playing around with some
>> ideas I was planning to make it available as work-in-progress from my blog (
>>**uk/<>) and
>> maybe get some feedback there. Once the tinkering has finished I will add
>> the project in its proper, clear and licensed form.
>> So, assuming that you are going to get the next release out shortly, I'll
>> have it ready for 0.3.
>> Regards
>> Rob
>> On 21/01/12 17:53, Dan Haywood wrote:
>>> Hi Rob,
>>> Can you update me on the status of Scimpi?  I see in ISIS-162 that you
>>> committed some updates.  I suspect that there's also some changes to the
>>> CSS and generic view pages, too, though?
>>> Ideally, I'd like us to include Scimpi in the new combined archetype.
>>>   With
>>> a view to doing that, under ISIS-162  I've just moved the
>>> claims-viewer-scimpi module back in.  But it still looks very ugly when I
>>> run it.  I remember you saying that it looks a lot better now, some I'm
>>> guessing that the claims app looks nasty because it is using out-of-date
>>> CSS and views.
>>> Could you, perhaps, update the
>>> examples/claims/viewer-scimpi/**src/main/webapp generic dirs?  Then I'll
>>> take
>>> a look-see in terms of updating the archetype etc.
>>> Thanks
>>> Dan

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