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From s...@apache.org
Subject cvs commit: modperl-site index.html
Date Sat, 22 Sep 2001 10:42:37 GMT
stas        01/09/22 03:42:37

  Modified:    .        index.html
  Log:
  - add a link to httpd-test project which uses mod_perl 2.0's Apache::Test
  - correct the order of related project to be truly alphabetical
  - document the addition of the docs-dev/docs-cvs lists
  - add a link to the snapshot of mod_perl 2.0's cvs
  - remove a link to the dead source garden project
  
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.85      +197 -95   modperl-site/index.html
  
  Index: index.html
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /home/cvs/modperl-site/index.html,v
  retrieving revision 1.84
  retrieving revision 1.85
  diff -u -r1.84 -r1.85
  --- index.html	2001/08/01 03:35:13	1.84
  +++ index.html	2001/09/22 10:42:36	1.85
  @@ -183,6 +183,13 @@
   	  </p>
   
   	  <p>
  +              The latest mod_perl 2.0 development <a href="mod_perl_cvs.html">CVS
  +	      snapshot</a> is available from <A
  +	      HREF="http://cvs.apache.org/snapshots/modperl/">here</A>
  +	    (updated every 6 hours) for those living in the future.
  +	  </p>
  +
  +	  <p>
   	    Prepackaged <A HREF="distributions.html">sources and
   	    binaries</A> for several platforms.
   	  </p>
  @@ -433,10 +440,13 @@
   	  </h3>
   
   	  <p>
  -            [ <a href="#general-list">General</a> ]
  -	    [ <a href="#announce-list">Announce</a> ]
  +            [ <a href="#users-list">Users</a> ]
  +	    [ <a href="#docs-dev-list">Documentation</a> ]
  +	    [ <a href="#docs-cvs-list">Documentation CVS</a> ]
  +          <br>
   	    [ <a href="#dev-list">Developers</a> ]
   	    [ <a href="#cvs-list">CVS</a> ]
  +	    [ <a href="#announce-list">Announce</a> ]
             <br>
   	    [ <a href="#advocacy-list">Advocacy</a> ]
   	    [ <a href="#embperl-list">Embperl</a> ]
  @@ -446,8 +456,8 @@
   
   	  <hr width="40%" align="left">
   
  -	  <p><a name="general-list"></a>
  -	    The <b>mod_perl mailing list</b> is available for
  +	  <p><a name="users-list"></a>
  +	    The <b>mod_perl users mailing list</b> is available for
   	    mod_perl users and developers to share ideas, solve problems and discuss
   	    things related to mod_perl and the <CODE>Apache::*</CODE> modules.
   	    <br>
  @@ -522,12 +532,11 @@
   
   	  </p>
   
  -
  +          [ <a href="#maillists">mailing lists</a> ] [ <a href="#toc">toc</a>
]
   	  <hr width="40%" align="left">
   
  -	  <p><a name="advocacy-list"></a>
  -	    A mailing list for <b>mod_perl advocacy issues</b>,
  -	    discussions about the site, etc. 
  +	  <p><a name="docs-dev-list"></a>
  +	    A mailing list for discussing <b>mod_perl documentation</b>.
   	    <br>
   	  </p>
   
  @@ -537,16 +546,16 @@
   	    <ul>
   
   	    <li>subscribe to the list:  <a
  -	      href="mailto:advocacy-subscribe@perl.apache.org">
  -	      advocacy-subscribe@perl.apache.org</a>.
  +	      href="mailto:docs-dev-subscribe@perl.apache.org">
  +	      docs-dev-subscribe@perl.apache.org</a>.
   	    </li>
   
   	    <li>unsubscribe from the list: <a
  -		href="mailto:advocacy-unsubscribe@perl.apache.org">advocacy-unsubscribe@perl.apache.org</a>.
  +		href="mailto:docs-dev-unsubscribe@perl.apache.org">docs-dev-unsubscribe@perl.apache.org</a>.
   	    </li>
   
   	    <li>get help with the list: <a
  -		href="mailto:advocacy-help@perl.apache.org">advocacy-help@perl.apache.org</a>.
  +		href="mailto:docs-dev-help@perl.apache.org">docs-dev-help@perl.apache.org</a>.
   	    </li>
   
   	    </ul>
  @@ -562,9 +571,7 @@
   	  <ul>   
   
   	    <li>
  -	      <a
  -	      href="http://www.mail-archive.com/advocacy@perl.apache.org/">
  -	      www.mail-archive.com</a>.
  +               None Yet. Please contribute one!
   	    </li>
   
   	  </ul>
  @@ -572,7 +579,55 @@
   	  </p>
   
   
  +          [ <a href="#maillists">mailing lists</a> ] [ <a href="#toc">toc</a>
]
   	  <hr width="40%" align="left">
  +
  +	  <p><a name="docs-cvs-list"></a>
  +	    A mailing list where all the <b>mod_perl documentation modification
  +	    commits</b> are sent.
  +	    <br>
  +	  </p>
  +
  +	  <p>
  +	    Subscription information. 
  +
  +	    <ul>
  +
  +	    <li>subscribe to the list:  <a
  +	      href="mailto:docs-cvs-subscribe@perl.apache.org">
  +	      docs-cvs-subscribe@perl.apache.org</a>.
  +	    </li>
  +
  +	    <li>unsubscribe from the list: <a
  +		href="mailto:docs-cvs-unsubscribe@perl.apache.org">docs-cvs-unsubscribe@perl.apache.org</a>.
  +	    </li>
  +
  +	    <li>get help with the list: <a
  +		href="mailto:docs-cvs-help@perl.apache.org">docs-cvs-help@perl.apache.org</a>.
  +	    </li>
  +
  +	    </ul>
  +
  +	  <b>Note</b>: To subscribe or unsubscribe send an empty email
  +	  to one of the above addresses.
  +	  </p>
  +	    
  +
  +	  <p>
  +	    List's searchable archives:
  +	  <ul>   
  +
  +	    <li>
  +               None Yet. Please contribute one!
  +	    </li>
  +
  +	  </ul>
  +
  +	  </p>
  +
  +
  +          [ <a href="#maillists">mailing lists</a> ] [ <a href="#toc">toc</a>
]
  +	  <hr width="40%" align="left">
   	  
   	  <p><a name="dev-list"></a>
   	    The <b>dev</b> list
  @@ -618,6 +673,8 @@
   
   	  </p>
   
  +
  +          [ <a href="#maillists">mailing lists</a> ] [ <a href="#toc">toc</a>
]
   	  <hr width="40%" align="left">
   
   	  <p><a name="cvs-list"></a>
  @@ -672,8 +729,58 @@
   
   	  </p>
   	    
  +          [ <a href="#maillists">mailing lists</a> ] [ <a href="#toc">toc</a>
]
  +	  <hr width="40%" align="left">
   
  +	  <p><a name="advocacy-list"></a>
  +	    A mailing list for <b>mod_perl advocacy issues</b>,
  +	    discussions about the site, etc. 
  +	    <br>
  +	  </p>
  +
  +	  <p>
  +	    Subscription information. 
  +
  +	    <ul>
  +
  +	    <li>subscribe to the list:  <a
  +	      href="mailto:advocacy-subscribe@perl.apache.org">
  +	      advocacy-subscribe@perl.apache.org</a>.
  +	    </li>
  +
  +	    <li>unsubscribe from the list: <a
  +		href="mailto:advocacy-unsubscribe@perl.apache.org">advocacy-unsubscribe@perl.apache.org</a>.
  +	    </li>
  +
  +	    <li>get help with the list: <a
  +		href="mailto:advocacy-help@perl.apache.org">advocacy-help@perl.apache.org</a>.
  +	    </li>
  +
  +	    </ul>
  +
  +	  <b>Note</b>: To subscribe or unsubscribe send an empty email
  +	  to one of the above addresses.
  +	  </p>
  +	    
  +
  +	  <p>
  +	    List's searchable archives:
  +
  +	  <ul>   
  +
  +	    <li>
  +	      <a
  +	      href="http://www.mail-archive.com/advocacy@perl.apache.org/">
  +	      www.mail-archive.com</a>.
  +	    </li>
   
  +	  </ul>
  +
  +	  </p>
  +
  +
  +
  +          [ <a href="#maillists">mailing lists</a> ] [ <a href="#toc">toc</a>
]
   	  <hr width="40%" align="left">
   	  
   	  <p><a name="announce-list"></a>
  @@ -716,6 +823,7 @@
   	  </p>
   
   
  +          [ <a href="#maillists">mailing lists</a> ] [ <a href="#toc">toc</a>
]
   	  <hr width="40%" align="left">
   	  
   	  <p><a name="embperl-list"></a>
  @@ -764,6 +872,7 @@
   	  </p>
   
   
  +          [ <a href="#maillists">mailing lists</a> ] [ <a href="#toc">toc</a>
]
   	  <hr width="40%" align="left">
   	  
   	  <p><a name="asp-list"></a>
  @@ -806,6 +915,7 @@
   	  </p>
   
   
  +          [ <a href="#maillists">Mailing Lists</a> ][ <a href="#toc">toc</a>
]
   	  <hr width="40%" align="left">
   	  
   	  <p><a name="contacts"></a>
  @@ -818,20 +928,6 @@
   	  <hr width="40%" align="left">
   
   	  <p>
  -	    Mailing Lists: 
  -	  <p>
  -            [ <a href="#general-list">General</a> ]
  -	    [ <a href="#announce-list">Announce</a> ]
  -	    [ <a href="#dev-list">Developers</a> ]
  -	    [ <a href="#cvs-list">CVS</a> ]
  -          <br>
  -	    [ <a href="#advocacy-list">Advocacy</a> ]
  -	    [ <a href="#embperl-list">Embperl</a> ]
  -	    [ <a href="#asp-list">ASP</a> ]
  -	    [ <a href="#contacts">Contact Info</a> ]
  -	  </p>
  -
  -	  <p>
   	    [ <a href="#toc">toc</a> ]
   	  </p>
   
  @@ -883,85 +979,94 @@
   	  <ul>
   
   	    <li>
  -			<a href="http://www.apache-asp.org/">Apache::ASP</a> provides
  -			an Active Server Pages port to the Apache Web Server with Perl
  -			scripting only, and enables developing of dynamic web applications
  -			with session management and embedded perl code. There are also 
  -			many powerful extensions, including XML taglibs, XSLT rendering, 
  -			and new events not originally part of the ASP API
  +                  <a href="http://www.apache-asp.org/">Apache::ASP</a>
  +                  provides an Active Server Pages port to the Apache
  +                  Web Server with Perl scripting only, and enables
  +                  developing of dynamic web applications with session
  +                  management and embedded perl code. There are also
  +                  many powerful extensions, including XML taglibs,
  +                  XSLT rendering, and new events not originally part
  +                  of the ASP API
   	    </li>
   
   	    <li> 
  -			<a href="http://pagekit.org/">Apache::PageKit</a> is a
  -			web application framework that uses HTML::Template and
  -			XML to separate the Model, View, Content and
  -			Controller. Provides elegant solutions to many difficult
  -			web programming problems, including session management,
  -			language localization, authentication, form validation,
  -			and co-branding.
  +                  <a href="http://pagekit.org/">Apache::PageKit</a> is
  +                  a web application framework that uses HTML::Template
  +                  and XML to separate the Model, View, Content and
  +                  Controller. Provides elegant solutions to many
  +                  difficult web programming problems, including
  +                  session management, language localization,
  +                  authentication, form validation, and co-branding.
           </li>
   
   	    <li>
  -			<a href="http://axkit.org/">AxKit</a> is an XML
  -			Application Server for Apache. It provides on-the-fly
  -			conversion from XML to any format, such as HTML, WAP or
  -			text using either W3C standard techniques, or flexible
  -			custom code. AxKit also uses a built-in Perl interpreter
  -			to provide some amazingly powerful techniques for XML
  -			transformation.
  +                  <a href="http://axkit.org/">AxKit</a> is an XML
  +                  Application Server for Apache. It provides
  +                  on-the-fly conversion from XML to any format, such
  +                  as HTML, WAP or text using either W3C standard
  +                  techniques, or flexible custom code. AxKit also uses
  +                  a built-in Perl interpreter to provide some
  +                  amazingly powerful techniques for XML
  +                  transformation.
   	    </li>
   
   	    <li> 
  -
  -              <a href="http://www.masonhq.com/">Mason</a> is a
  -              powerful Perl-based web site development and delivery
  -              engine.  With Mason you can embed Perl code in your HTML
  -              and construct pages from shared, reusable components.
  -              Mason solves the common problems of site development:
  -              caching, debugging, templating, simulating browser
  -              conditions, maintaining development and production
  -              sites, and more
  -
  +                  <a
  +                  href="http://perl.apache.org/embperl/">Embperl</a>
  +                  is a system for building dynamic websites with Perl.
  +                  It gives you the power to embed Perl code in your
  +                  HTML documents and the ability to build your Web
  +                  site out of small reusable objects in an
  +                  object-oriented style. You can also take advantage
  +                  of all the usual Perl modules, (including DBI for
  +                  database access) use their functionality and easily
  +                  include their output in your web pages.  Embperl has
  +                  several features which are especially useful for
  +                  creating HTML, including dynamic tables, form field
  +                  processing, URL escaping/unescaping, session
  +                  handling, and more.
               </li>
   
  +
   	    <li> 
   
  -			<a href="http://perl.apache.org/embperl/">Embperl</a>
  -			is a system for building dynamic websites with Perl.
  -			It gives you the power to embed Perl code in your HTML documents
  -			and the ability to build your Web site out of small reusable objects in
  -			an object-oriented style. You can also take advantage of all the
  -			usual Perl modules, (including DBI for database access) use their
  -			functionality and easily include their output in your web pages.
  -			Embperl has several features which are especially useful for creating
  -			HTML, including dynamic tables, form field processing, URL
  -			escaping/unescaping, session handling, and more.
  -            </li>
  +                  <a href="http://www.masonhq.com/">Mason</a> is a
  +                  powerful Perl-based web site development and
  +                  delivery engine.  With Mason you can embed Perl code
  +                  in your HTML and construct pages from shared,
  +                  reusable components.  Mason solves the common
  +                  problems of site development: caching, debugging,
  +                  templating, simulating browser conditions,
  +                  maintaining development and production sites, and
  +                  more
   
  +            </li>
   
   	    <li> 
   
  -              <a href="http://www.openinteract.org/">OpenInteract</a>
  -              is a web application environment written in perl and
  -              geared to run on the Apache web server using the
  -              mod_perl plugin module. The environment is built to be
  -              not only friendly to people editing and changing a
  -              website's content, but also for the developers who can
  -              write code (or complex templates) and create entire
  -              applications.
  +                  <a
  +                  href="http://www.openinteract.org/">OpenInteract</a>
  +                  is a web application environment written in perl and
  +                  geared to run on the Apache web server using the
  +                  mod_perl plugin module. The environment is built to
  +                  be not only friendly to people editing and changing
  +                  a website's content, but also for the developers who
  +                  can write code (or complex templates) and create
  +                  entire applications.
   
               </li>
   
   	    <li> 
   
  -              <a href="http://template-toolkit.org/">The Template
  -              Toolkit</a> is a fast, powerful and easily extensible
  -              template processing system written in Perl. It is
  -              ideally suited (but not limited) to the creation of
  -              static and dynamic web content. The Apache::Template
  -              module provides an Apache/mod_perl interface to the
  -              Template Toolkit, providing a quick and simple way to
  -              integrate its processing power into your web site.
  +                  <a href="http://template-toolkit.org/">The Template
  +                  Toolkit</a> is a fast, powerful and easily
  +                  extensible template processing system written in
  +                  Perl. It is ideally suited (but not limited) to the
  +                  creation of static and dynamic web content. The
  +                  Apache::Template module provides an Apache/mod_perl
  +                  interface to the Template Toolkit, providing a quick
  +                  and simple way to integrate its processing power
  +                  into your web site.
   
               </li>
   
  @@ -1033,18 +1138,15 @@
   	  </h3>
   
   	  <p>
  -	    mod_perl is a part of the 
  -	    <a href="http://www.apache.org/">
  -	      apache.org 
  -	    </a> network.
  +              mod_perl is a part of the <a
  +              href="http://www.apache.org/">apache.org</a> network.
   	  </p>
   
   	  <p>
  -	    The <B>mod_perl Source Garden Project</B> has been
  -	    started! Visit it at <a
  -	      href="http://modperl.sourcegarden.org/">
  -	      modperl.sourcegarden.org </a>
  -	    There is a new mailing list - see the info at the site!
  +              <CODE>Apache::Test</CODE> developed for mod_perl 2.0 is
  +              used by <a
  +              href="http://httpd.apache.org/test/">httpd-test
  +              project</a> to test httpd 2.0
   	  </p>
   
   	  <p>
  
  
  

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