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From Per Einar Ellefsen <per.ei...@skynet.be>
Subject Re: Sites running mod_perl changes
Date Sun, 28 Apr 2002 07:28:13 GMT
At 06:01 28.04.2002, Stas Bekman wrote:
>I like the way Per Einar presented the sites running mod_perl.
>
>I agree with Thomas, that it's probably better to make only the titles 
>bold (not the names and company names). Always have a minimal use of bold 
>for the better effect.
>
>It's a tough call how to merge success stories and sites running mod_perl. 
>Unless you have better ideas, I suggest that we
>
>1) present first Per Einar's rewrite of sites running mod_perl. So it 
>gives an idea how mod_perl can be used. This page should be maintained 
>actively, so the dead sites are removed and replaced with new ones. We 
>probably have more than one site for each of the categories designed by 
>Per Einar. So we should present just a few in each category.
>
>2) present second the list of long stories, so people can read the success 
>stories, in no particular order. These are just testimonies, so I don't 
>think there is a need for some order here.
>
>3) present third the rest of the sites running mod_perl, since people will 
>continue reporting: "my service is running mod_perl" and we should include 
>that info. That's the raw material for perfecting item (1) and those 
>interested can still read these references as well.

Agreed. I'll cut down on the bold, and try to organize these things a 
little more, then submit it.



-- 
Per Einar Ellefsen
per.einar@skynet.be



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