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new website & IRC bot

From: Martin Furter <mf_at_rola.ch>
Date: Mon, 8 Feb 2010 16:52:58 +0100 (CET)


The new website is nice, I really like it.

I hoped these 'tooltips' disappear after the move, but they didn't...
They're so awfully distracting that they actually remove information
instead of adding. Can't we move those 'title' attributes from the div
tags to the heading tags (or just drop them since anchor names are
irrelevant for users and the heading tags are easy to find searching for
some copy&pasted text)?

Neels asked me to update the URLs in wayita's knowledge database (our IRC
bot). Most things were very easy, mostly s/tigris/apache/ and some
pointers to the repos. I also dropped some broken links and joined some

translating.html seems to have been integrated into HACKING, I point to
the following URL now:

bugs.html and tools_contrib.html seem to have disappeared.

For bugs.html it points to the following URL, though it's not as good as
the old one (it should point out that we often need to know the OS, the
version of svn, the access method, the svn command which failed and its
output to be able to help):

For the C-API I point to http://subversion.apache.org/docs/api/latest/
now. I'd have preferred to point to the relased API but I'd have to update
that link after every release. It would be nice if there were an URL like
.../api/current/ (or /released/ or whatever) which redirects to
.../api/X.Y/ .

Just in case you didn't know: All OPs in #svn or #svn-dev get
"authlevel 1" access and can change wayita's knowledge.

It also responds to private messages if you prefix the channel name, f.ex.
for the revision number translation:

<sabor> #svn rN 36520
<wayita> sabor: r36520 <-> r876594

Received on 2010-02-08 16:53:49 CET

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