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Re: New shimbuns
>>>>> In [emacs-w3m : No.09978] David wrote:
> I've written four new shimbun definition files:
Thank you for the contribution. I'll test those mudules and
install them in the emacs-w3m CVS trunk.
>>>>> In [emacs-w3m : No.09979] David Hansen wrote:
> On Mon, 28 Jan 2008 22:42:58 +0100 David wrote:
>> sb-sueddeutsche-de.el: shimbun for RSS feeds from www.sueddeutsche.de
>> (German newspaper).
> Especially for this one: Thank you very much.
> Some comments:
> sb-sueddeutsche-de.el:25:7:Warning: assignment to free variable
> (Easy to fix, change the first `setq' to `defvar'. In case you did it
> b/c C-x C-e after a `defvar' doesn't change the value: C-M-x within a
> `defvar' works like `setq').
> I suspect this affects all your shimbuns: in the copyright notice you
> use the old FSF address. Just c&p one from another emacs-w3m file.
> Mind to put your full name and mail address on top of the copyright
Moreover, it's better that lines are all within 80-column. But
that's okay. I'll tidy them all by myself. Google said that
your full name is David Engstet. Is it correct?
> I don't know the status of the discussion, but in case emacs-w3m becomes
> a GNU project (or part of) it may be important to know who you are and
> how to reach you for the paper stuff.
Unfortunately we are currently stalemated in the plan to import
emacs-w3m to Emacs. But in general, it would be a good idea to
sign the paper for Emacs even though you don't have to do it in
a hurry for emacs-w3m now.
> For the maintainers: I'll do some more sueddeutsche reading. Consider
> it to be tested and working unless I write another post. No need to
> torture the Japanese with the German language ;-)
Thanks. Any shimbun module that works fine is welcome. ;-)