[Clipart] further (was: ...
jon at rejon.org
Sat Aug 5 23:43:32 PDT 2006
On Sun, 2006-07-30 at 20:06 +0200, Florent Monnier wrote:
> Salut Patricia,
> > All wikis ask for register.
> no (the well known Wikipeda is not)
Yes, I would like to remove this and add proper spam filters to help us
maintain without a user/pass. Would you like to help us get this setup?
> > You just comme to write more words in you past message.
> Indeed, we all have spend more time talking about this than if it just have
> been made :)
> > Here I'm too busy.
> who's not :p
> > So as Tobias told you, please add/edit as you want if you want to really
> > make a contribution.
> It didn't knew at the very beginning if i was willing to get contributing in
> the ocal project. I still don't know if there is something that I can do.
There is tons!
> Roan have pointed me to the todo list
> to start trying to "bricoler" ccHost, could tell me which version I should
> get? (and where?)
> I've downloaded cchost-2.0.1, and I've seen that there is a svn for ccHost,
> but as long as I have understood, the version used for OCAL have been
> slightly changed to be adapted for this project (even if general changes will
> be merging with upstream), so which version should I install on my localhost?
> (and where to get it?)
Hi Florent, you should use the latest ccHost from the
http://sf.net/projects/cctools site's subversion (SVN) repository,
The changes to ccHost on openclipart.org/cchost are purely superficial
and do not diverge that code from the ccHost official repository.
Please email if you have any questions about setting this up. Here is
more info about ccHost:
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