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From: Christopher A. Watford <christopher.watford@g...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list]
Perhaps you could show us the potential new site design? I'd be happy
to finish it up the HTML/design for y'all if thats all that is needed.
If more is required, I don't see it as an immediate problem either.

Christopher A. Watford <1.9RC5 is out>

On Thu, 28 Oct 2004 17:44:11 +0200, Xavier Leroy <> wrote:
> > There's been some discussion about:
> >
> > At the moment it's particularly embarrassing - it hasn't been updated
> > since mid last year, and it points to an old release of the language.
> I just performed the minimal update you suggest.
> > Is there any movement on getting it repointed to
> The original plan was to do that once the redesign of the
> / site is complete.  However, the author of the
> new site defended his PhD and left earlier than expected, leaving us
> with a 90%-completed site that no one wants to finish :-(
> Of course, we could repoint now to the current
> site, but that might be a step backwards in terms of modern look.
> > Is there anything we in the community can do to help?  For example if
> > there are lack of resources to build or run a new site, then
> > Merjis have an Objective CAML-based CMS which we can deploy.
> As usual, the main issues are not technical, i.e. who is going to
> write what, etc.
> - Xavier Leroy
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