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From: Karl Zilles <zilles@1...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Structuring the Caml community (Re: OCaml's Cathedral & Bazaar)
Eric Stokes wrote:
> And what makes all that you've said really bad is that www.ocaml.org is 
> the first site I found. And I've found
> it referenced in lots of other places. I still claim that the current 
> www.ocaml.org site HAS the right idea,
> and has a decent format. It isn't perfect, but what is. If some of the 
> links to dead end projects were cleaned
> off it, and the news items were updated, it would be a very good site.

Yes.

I just mailed the maintainer:

> There is currently a discussion about the ocaml.org web page going on in the ocaml mailing list.
> 
> Someone points out that the lack of updates in the news section makes it looks like ocaml is a dead language.  Since there is no indication on ocaml.org that it is not an "official" ocaml page, and since it is currently the #1 hit when you search for ocaml on google...

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