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Re: [gNewSense-users] PFV- script writer required.

From: Chris Andrew
Subject: Re: [gNewSense-users] PFV- script writer required.
Date: Sat, 20 Oct 2007 19:05:00 +0100


Thanks for your hard work, it is appreciated.

I hope somebody will volunteer to take ownership of the table for this
one.  Not sure of PMwiki's abilities, but an automated table, now that
would be cool (and pain free, as good scripts should be).



On 20/10/2007, Markus Laire <address@hidden> wrote:
> On 10/20/07, Chris Andrew <address@hidden> wrote:
> > Markus,
> >
> > Is the section count correct (113)?  It probably is, and I have
> I just calculated section-count manually, and it seems to be correct.
> > miscounted when doing the stats.  This looks like it is almost ready
> > to be published.  Is it possible for the _stalled_ entries, to add the
> > date of last update, to the table? If so, could they be printed in
> > reverse date order, ie, section worked-on least frequently, at the top
> > of the list?
> That should be quite easy to add. I'll try to remember to do that on
> Monday. (I'm going sleeping soon and I won't be working on Sunday.)
> > I think we'll be ready to go, then.  I'll need a volunteer to be able
> > to add these details to the PACKAGES page, on a weekly basis (Sunday,
> > probably).  This will enable us to concentrate our effort and help
> > fellow PFV people out.
> Once somebody adds this information to PACKAGES page, I can then check
> what kind of format they used, and modify the script to output the
> data in same format. (After that, the script-output could be just
> copy-pasted to PACKAGES-page.)
> btw, Does the gNS-website support perl-scripts? I havn't used PmWiki
> so I'm not 100% sure how easy it would be to do these updates
> automatically, but that might be possible.
> --
> Markus Laire

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