Re: (dsssl) DSSSL Documentation Project - up for adoption

Subject: Re: (dsssl) DSSSL Documentation Project - up for adoption
From: Ian Castle <ian.castle@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: 24 Jan 2002 23:03:27 +0000
The only point I would make is that moving the material will break a lot
of links... so given that mulberrytech are happy to host it, I would say
don't bother to move unless/until there are some changes to the
documentation to be made.

Of course, a standalone name would be nice... so that the information
could be moved around more easily... I notice that is owned by
someone, but it doesn't seem to be active in anyway. However, it looks
like it is due for renewal in March..... so, if it were to become

On Thu, 2002-01-24 at 18:27, Paul Tyson wrote:
> > If you are interested in adopting the DSSSL Documentation Project, or have
> a suggestion as to who might be, please let me know.
> >
> > -- Tommie
> I, Paul Tyson, doing business as Precision Documents, will be happy to host
> the DSSSL Documentation Project.  I can't promise to extend or revise it
> vigorously, but I will do what I can.
> Thank you, Tommie and Mulberry, for starting and keeping this project, and
> for your generous concern for its future.
> Paul Tyson, Principal Consultant                   Precision Documents
> paul@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx    
>      "The art and science of document engineering."
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