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Re: [help-GIFT] uml model, code documentation, website

From: Wolfgang Mueller
Subject: Re: [help-GIFT] uml model, code documentation, website
Date: Sun, 4 Sep 2005 18:56:00 +0200
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Dear Tuurlijk,

I am on holidays. I was offline (no phone) for a couple of weeks.
I will be fully online on monday. I will read all your mails then.
Your suggestions sound good. I will get back to you in detail then.

No, there are surely more than 0 bugs. Some problems with some
clients are due to GIFT getting less lenient, though.


On Tue, 30 Aug 2005, Tuurlijk wrote:

> Dear list,
> I see a lot of questions on the help-gift list, some of them are pretty  
> high level. I think that this project may benefit from the aggregation  
> of the responses to these questions in a faq on the website (maybe even  
> a self generating wikimedia-faq).
> I would love to see more usefull and complete information on  
> I am missing the look and feel of a project website where the latest  
> stable version is presented near the top for example.
> On the gift site it also says that Florian Annen created an UML model  
> of the GIFT, but it is not accessible through the webpage?
> And what about putting up the missing feature list instead of just  
> stating that there is one?
> What about starting to ducument the code and generating doxygen output  
> from cvs every night?
> Here's an example doxygen output:
> html/hierarchy.html
> Are there realy zero bugs? Savannah says so? Why isn't the use of the  
> bug system stimulated?
> I still have some GB of bandwidth available, some freetime, so I am  
> willing to build and/or host something new or extend the existing.
> Does anybody else have any ideas or suggestions?
> Cheers,
> Michiel Roos
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Dr. Wolfgang Mueller
LS Medieninformatik
Universitaet Bamberg

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