[sword-devel] New Sword Website: Drum roll please...
Tue, 10 Jul 2001 11:20:26 -0700
The news problem has been solved, with Troy's approval I would like to
use NewsPro (http://www.amphibianweb.com/newspro/), which is a perl script
that makes it all easy to add news items and archive them. So that will be
installed and integrated before the site goes live for the public.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Don A. Elbourne Jr." <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, July 10, 2001 6:20 AM
Subject: RE: [sword-devel] New Sword Website: Drum roll please...
> Great job. You have done a lot of work! I love what you did with the
> well I better not start listing all the things that I like, or if I
> inadvertently leave something out, you will think something is up. :-) I
> like it all.
> Just a few considerations...
> Under Download, it might be more logical to have the Source Code at the
> bottom of the list, instead of the top. Also, in the side nav the order is
> Linux, windows, and in the main cell the order is Windows, Linux. I don't
> care which comes first, but maybe we could switch one around to be
> The screenshot graphic on the download page is missing a border="0" and
> height and with attributes. And at one point it was linked to a larger
> screenshot image. now it is linked to the main BibleCS page.
> What is the latest news about the "news?" Did you find anyone that was
> willing to work on that? What would really be cool is to allow authorized
> people to use a web based form to submit news to a database. The news
> be inserted dynamically into the web page. It would also be cool if it
> crank out a RSS/RDF file so that the news could be syndicated to other
> sites. For example on www.mychristianstart.com
> BTW: There is an RDF file for the mailing list archive at
> On the text/module downloads, I'm assuming you have those tables SSIed in.
> The ModDisp.jsp generates <HTML></HTML> tags around the table. I think
> browsers ignore this, but some browsers might choke on it, I don't know.
> might want to look into removing those.
> those are the only few things I see this morning. None of them are major.
> You've done a great job!
> by grace alone,
> Don A. Elbourne Jr.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Jonathan Hughes
> > Sent: Monday, July 09, 2001 11:30 PM
> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Subject: [sword-devel] New Sword Website: Drum roll please...
> > Hey Everyone,
> > Well here is everyone's exclusive chance to see the new Sword
> > before the general public does, don't you feel privileged! :)
> > Troy has setup
> > a test server at http://www.sword.cx/sword/ , so point your browser
> > This is not the final website so please do not tell your friends about
> > Sword Project and point them to this server, it is a test server only!
> > Here is what I need from you, if you are so inclined, I need
> > Let me know if everything is setup ok, if the navigation is simple and
> > intuitive? If not, what do you think will make it better. Does a
> > sentence or
> > paragraph not make sense? What would make it sound better. What other
> > comments and/or suggestions do you have about the site, both praise and
> > stuff that I need to change. I need the praise so I know that I am doing
> > good job, but mostly I need help on what needs to change before
> > the website
> > goes public. Please be very precise and descriptive when you are
> > suggesting
> > a change, including the file name if need be, so that I know what you
> > talking about and can work in changes quickly.
> > One small note about some of the links on the website, they
> > may not work
> > because they point to stuff, such as download files, that are only on
> > crosswire.org server, so once the website is transferred over to the
> > crosswire.org server these links will work but that will only
> > happen when we
> > are ready to go public. Thank you everyone for your help!
> > In Christ,
> > Jonathan
> > email@example.com