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Subject: RE: [relax-ng] New RELAX NG home page

Now that you have control of the site, can you set up


so that it reaches the oft-discussed RDDL document for RELAX NG? It should
be easy enough.



> -----Original Message-----
> From: James Clark [mailto:jjc@jclark.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, March 26, 2003 4:24 AM
> To: RELAX NG List
> Subject: [relax-ng] New RELAX NG home page
> Previously http://relaxng.org redirected to the OASIS RELAX NG TC page
> at http://www.oasis-open.org/committees/relax-ng/.  I have come to the
> conclusion that this is no longer a good idea, given that OASIS no
> longer allows TCs to maintain their home pages directly and given that
> RELAX NG now belongs as much to ISO as it does to OASIS. I think it is
> preferable that the OASIS RELAX NG TC page be the home page just for
> OASIS RELAX NG TC, rather than for RELAX NG in general.
> I have therefore stopped the redirection, and have instead created a
> separate page at http://relaxng.org. At the moment, I'm hosting this on
> a server I control at a commercial hosting service: it's a virtual
> subhost at the same IP address as thaiopensource.com.  If anybody wants
> to volunteer to maintain this instead of me, that would be great: I'm
> probably the world's worst webmaster.  I can give the maintainer direct
> ftp access to the web site.
> I feel slightly uncomfortable about taking personal responsibility for
> relaxng.org.  The ideal solution would be to find a large, stable
> non-profit organization that was willing to make a long-term commitment
> to host relaxng.org for free and provide shell/ftp access to a
> maintainer.  Suggestions are welcome.  In the absence of this, I think
> the current solution, although not ideal, is probably the best available.
> I have taken the links from the old TC page, plus some of the content
> that got lost during the OASIS transition to Kavi, plus some new links.
>   I have also tried to say a little bit more about each piece of
> software, so that users can more easily tell whether it's likely to be
> what they need.  If I've omitted anything or mischaracterized anything,
> please send me corrections.  Any other suggestions for improvements on
> the page are also welcome.
> New versions of the tutorials (updated per Mike's suggestions) are
> available from relaxng.org.
> James

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