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From: Richard Jones <rich@a...>
Subject: ocaml.org (was: Re: [Caml-list] Structuring the Caml community (Re: OCaml's Cathedral & Bazaar))
On Fri, Mar 19, 2004 at 11:03:35AM -0800, Eric Stokes wrote:
> (the index site, see #1)
> http://www.ocaml.org/
>
> The only area where it really lacks is the news section. The news
> items are old, which makes it look like there is nothing happening
> with the language community, which is in fact, not true.

Perhaps a (T)Wiki?  One of the TWiki core developers is in fact very
interested in OCaml and might be persuaded to set something up, but it
would obviously have to be part of / closely associated with the
ocaml.org domain.

BTW, two things about ocaml.org:

(1) Who owns it?  It doesn't look like it's associated with INRIA
in any way (registered to someone in .AU).

(2) Do you think we could set up the v-hosting correctly so that
http://ocaml.org would do the right thing.  This is very
unprofessional and confusing.

Rich.

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