cvs commit: www/hints adoptahint.html archive-bottom.html hints-template.html list.html news-bottom.html submit.html whatarehints.html

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Sat Sep 6 10:21:40 PDT 2003

On Sat, 6 Sep 2003 jeroen at wrote:

> jeroen      03/09/06 08:10:41

>   +++ adoptahint.html	6 Sep 2003 14:10:41 -0000	1.30

>   +<h3>Wish List</h3>
>   +    <p>These are topics that other users have shown interest. If you feel confident on writing a hint on the this topic, drop a note to <a href="" title="Archive and subscription information for the hints mailinglist">the hints mailinglist</a>, get your pen and paper, err I mean start your workstation and start typing.</p>

s/that other users have shown/in which other users have shown/


>   +	<p>This still leaves a broad scope of subjects. Hints can be about everything for which a non-obvious or non-trivial fix or hack is required. A hint can also explain a complicated package installation or a particular setup. Have a look at some <a href="list.html">other hints</a> to get an idea of what a hint may include. Also check out the <a href="adoptahint.html">Adopt a hint program</a> in case there is some cute little hint that you would like to nurture or if someone has suggested a topic for a hint.</p>

s/about everything/about anything/   # More common


>   +	<li>To submit or update a hint, send an e-mail to the <a href="" title="Archive and subscription information for the hints mailinglist">hint mailing list</a>. From there it will be picked up by the hint maintainer, who will update the hint index and the tarball. To check if your hint has already been included, you can <a href="">subscribe</a> to the hints mailinglist and check for the CVS commit message. Keep the hints list solely for <strong>submitting hints and updates to hints</strong>. If you want to discuss or announce a new hint.</li>

Hmmm... Methinks there is more to this paragraph. IIRC, there used to be


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