nickm at alum.mit.edu
Sat Nov 4 15:08:23 UTC 2017
On Fri, Nov 3, 2017 at 5:58 PM, ng0 <ng0 at infotropique.org> wrote:
> our plan with the bibliography collection of GNUnet is to
> implement something similar to your/freehaven's anonbib.
> While running the build and cache update of it from
> current git HEAD on the anonbib.cfg I noticed a number of
> outdated and broken links.
> I'm currently playing with 2 options: re-use anonbib as it is
> and change the style + some of its content (for us at GNUnet)
> or write something similar to it.
> From my perspective option 1 would be the best as we could
> work on fixing links together, keep the content up-to-date
> and at the same time keep the duplicate efforts and work
> down to a minimum.
> What do you think?
Hi! I'd love to have more people working on the anonbib content. The code
itself is an old yucky kludge to which I feel no strong attachment, and the
generated HTML is also in need of a revamp.
So, "patches welcome"!
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