VisCom requests support
Steve.Lime at dnr.state.mn.us
Mon Apr 17 15:33:16 EDT 2006
I just got things looking a bit snazzier as well- sorry about that.
>>> Chris Holmes <cholmes at openplans.org> 4/17/2006 2:07:18 PM >>>
Ok, I put up a few links. Our developers wanted us to just redirect
immediately to geotools.org. As a compromise I redirect after 30
seconds, plenty of time to read the text I put up.
If there's a way to edit the side bar with whatever I want then I'm
happy to get rid of the redirect, but I need like all the elements on
http://geotools.org But last I checked it involved some weird
Arnulf Christl (CCGIS) wrote:
> Hi guys,
> would you mind getting your project pages at OSGeo in order. Please. It is
> not a lot of work. Just connect your SVN, download index.html from
> trunk/www, copy whatever you have on your projects's real hompage
> (http://ms.gis.umn.edu/) and paste it to this index.html. Maybe you would
> add seventeen links all pointing to your existing infrastructure.
> Finished. If you don't want to go into the trouble of setting up your SVN
> etc, make me a contributor and I paste it there for you. Oh well, why me,
> just delegate it, you are the Project Owners.
> https://mapserver.osgeo.org/servlets/ProjectMemberList tell that guy Elton
> to do it.
> I imagine something like http://mapbender.osgeo.org is just fine (maybe
> without the hassle of an online map but isn't that neat... except you have
> MS IE...) Steve, did you notice that we are just three letters off
> srv/bnd. Funny that BND is the German Bundesnachrichtendienst, something
> like the CIA I guess... oh, drifting off again.
> Same for
> https://geotools.osgeo.org/ (BND is watching you!)
> Oh, you don't even have any members. Too bad, gotta do it all by yourself.
> Currently these pages look dead as a wet cat (and smell). No good
> visibility, no promotion, just embarrasment for two of the most best
> important overworked and kind guys that we need so badly to make OSGeo
> shine and sparkle. I wonder whether you read those annoying
> nerve at osgeo.org emails at all.
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