Re: vim.org reviewed and classified
- On Tue, Apr 02, 2002 at 07:03:30PM +0100, Thomas Hurst wrote:
> * Ricardo SIGNES (samael-vim@...) wrote:Agreed -- but this is one part that it's somewhat 'neat' to see available
> > briefdesc (in six kB)
> > (various languages)
> Better to use content negotiation and have as much of the site available
> in as many languages as possible.
in all the languages. At least, I think so!
> > downloadCool.
> > mirrors
> I'll play about and see how well I can organise a download list.
> > newsI like getting to the front page and seeing the last piece or two
> News seems to be typically near the top of any link list.
of news. It gives me an idea of what's going on, and tells me that the
project is alive.
> > supportI actually wanted to put documentation as a top-level element, but
> > chat (IRC and/or Jabber)
> > documentation
> > crashcourse
> > beginner
> > intermediate
> > manual
> Either we have a deeper document hierachy and more complex navigation
> (it'd probably have to unfold or something), or flatten it somewhat;
> make documentation a top level element.
decided against it to keep that list small. Works for me to make
it one, though.
> 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.