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Re: Remaining TODOs to finish migration from CVS to Git
>> On Wed, 30 Jan 2019 14:41:36 -0500
>> boruch_baum@xxxxxxx (Boruch Baum) said as follows:
>> If you have any idea about something left, could you post it to this
>> mailing list?
>What immediately comes to mind is the need to:
>1) update the project readme and documentation references to reflect the
> new URLs.
>2) update the namazu website.
>3) update the emacswiki website.
Well, I know. However, I am still worried about the suitable service of
our project home page. GitHub Pages is a good service to use easily,
however, I am still unhappy as an English non-native because GitHub
Pages does not support content negotiation feature. The current project
page (http://emacs-w3m.namazu.org) uses it, and we can see an
appropriate page automatically.
Anyway, when we will complete the new project home page, we will have to
the above three tasks.
>4) The github site doesn't seem to have its 'wiki' option enabled. You
> can find the link on the tab bar after "Code Issues Pull requests
> Projects". This can be a great place for user contribution of tips,
> documentation, and snippets, and it can be in multiple languages,
> although the default should of course be Hebrew.
I pushed the first page.
>5) It wouldn't hurt to notify the emacs-devel mailing list. Surely, not
> _everyone_ there is using eww...
I received the e-mail from the emacs development team about 15 years
ago. They asked me about the integration of emacs-w3m into emacs
itself. Unfortunately, the copyright condition of w3m itself was a
>6) The project doesn't seem to have a history of posting news on the
> websites softpedia or freshfoss. Normally, those sites are used for
> announcing any new software releases, even small and minor ones, but
> it might be appropriate to contact them. HOWEVER, I suggest first
> performing #1-4 above, first.
7) Do you know the method to notify new pull requests on GitHub to