Re: vim.org reviewed and classified
- Hi all,
On that chat.html page there seems to be some sort of link to a web based chat that doesn't appear to work (at least not in recent Netscapes or Mozillas). If this is a feature that people are interested in, I have a simple GPL'ed CGI chat application written in Perl. It's fairly browser compatible and at least a few people are using it on different sites. If you want something like that for vimonline I'd offer to help set it up and customize it. I'm sure most people would prefer IRC for most things though.
The code and a demo are available at http://www.nule.org/?tale=9
>>> Bram Moolenaar <Bram@...> 04/01/02 08:14AM >>>Ricardo Signes wrote:
> * chat.htmlYep. Maintaining the list of IRC servers seems a bad idea, can't we link
> - links to vim IRC channels
> This is a good idea, and can probably go under 'support' as
> one or two lines of 'where to find good vim irc channels'
to a list available somewhere?
> It's all explained on the web site: http://a-a-p.orgOne thing I could not find there: What does the acronym (?) "A-A-P" mean?
> If you still don't get it, I will have to update the web pages...
It might be "Any Acronym Perceivable", "An A-A-P Project", or something
similar, like TTP="The TTP Project" from the Dilbert comic, but I'd still
like to know. ;-)
Google only brings tons of other AAPs.