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Bill Bumgarner  committed f82ae66

Refactored news page such that there is now an "older news" document to which items can be moved when they are out of date. Added a news item regarding cvs checkins mailing list.

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File pyobjc-web/docroot/index.php

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 $title = "Home";
 $cvs_author = '$Author: bbum $';
-$cvs_date = '$Date: 2002/11/12 07:41:06 $';
+$cvs_date = '$Date: 2002/11/22 22:01:52 $';
 $is_home = 1;
 
 $metatags = '<meta name="description" content="PyObjC, a universal bridge between the Objective-C and Python languages.">
 <p>
 Currently, development of the bridge is primarily focused upon the <a href="http://www.apple.com/macosx/">Mac OS X</a> and <a href="http://www.opensource.apple.com/">Darwin</a> platforms.  Within this environment, PyObjC can be used to entirely replace Objective-C in the development of Cocoa based applications and Foundation based command line tools.</p>
 <p>
-We desperately want to have the same level of support for <a href="http://www.gnustep.org/">GnuStep</a>, but need volunteers with GnuStep experience to make that happen!
+We want to offer the same level of support for <a href="http://www.gnustep.org/">GnuStep</a>, but need volunteers with GnuStep experience to make that happen!
 </p>
 
 <table border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" width="100%">
 <h1>Resources</h1>
 
 <p>
-Support is currently limited to <a href="http://sourceforge.net/mail/?group_id=14534">the developer's mailing list</a>.
+Support is currently limited to <a href=http://lists.sourceforge.net/mailman/listinfo/pyobjc-dev"">the developer's mailing list</a>.
 </p>
 
 <p>

File pyobjc-web/docroot/news/index.php

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 $title = "News";
 $cvs_author = '$Author: bbum $';
-$cvs_date = '$Date: 2002/11/12 16:26:30 $';
+$cvs_date = '$Date: 2002/11/22 22:01:54 $';
 
 $metatags = '';
 
 include "header.inc";
 ?>
-<span class="news_date">2002-11-12: </span><span class="news_headline">Initial release of web site</span><?php gray_line(); ?>
-  <p>
-For the first time ever, the PyObjC module has a real web site (the start of one anyway).  The implementation is largely a copy of the <a href="http://fink.sourceforge.net/">Fink project's excellent site.</a>.  The design and graphics were contributed by <a href="http://starship.python.net/crew/jwt/">Jim Tittsler</a>.  The content was compiled from many sources-- Jim's work, Fink, the PyObjC source trees and some original-- by <a href="http://radio.weblogs.com/0100490/">Bill Bumgarner</a>.
-</p>
-<span class="news_date">2002-10-13: </span><span class="news_headline">Interim release 0.7.0</span><?php gray_line(); ?>
-  <p> On or about this date, an interim release of PyObjC was made available as a disk image that contained the binary module (compatible with Apple's build of Python included with OS X 10.2), a Project Builder project template for building Cocoa applications using Python, and a basic README.</p>
-  <p>Version 0.7.0 represents a huge step forward over the previous version (0.6.1).  Of note, 0.7.0 vastly improved the inter-language messaging mechanism, the bridging of various classes, improved support for features specific to the Foundation and AppKit, support for the Address Book framework, and subclassing of Objective-C classes in Python.</p>
-<span class="news_date">2002-01-30: </span><span class="news_headline">Release 0.6.1</span><?php gray_line(); ?>
-<p>
-Last release made that used a single dynamically loadable module named 'pyobjc'.
-</p>
+<?include "news.inc";?>
+<?include "older-news.inc";?>
 <?
 include "footer.inc";
 ?>

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+<span class="news_date">2002-11-22: </span><span class="news_headline">CVS commit notificaiton mailing list available</span><?php gray_line(); ?>
+  <p>
+A <a href="http://lists.sourceforge.net/mailman/listinfo/pyobjc-checkins">mailing list</a> has been created to which all CVS commit notifications will be automatically posted.   Each message includes both the file(s) changed and diff-style output of exactly what changed.
+</p>
 <span class="news_date">2002-11-12: </span><span class="news_headline">Initial release of web site</span><?php gray_line(); ?>
   <p>
 For the first time ever, the PyObjC module has a real web site (the start of one anyway).  The implementation is largely a copy of the <a href="http://fink.sourceforge.net/">Fink project's excellent site.</a>.  The design and graphics were contributed by <a href="http://starship.python.net/crew/jwt/">Jim Tittsler</a>.  The content was compiled from many sources-- Jim's work, Fink, the PyObjC source trees and some original-- by <a href="http://radio.weblogs.com/0100490/">Bill Bumgarner</a>.

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+<span class="news_date">2002-01-30: </span><span class="news_headline">Release 0.6.1</span><?php gray_line(); ?>
+<p>
+Last release made that used a single dynamically loadable module named 'pyobjc'.
+</p>

File pyobjc-web/docroot/people.php

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 $title = "Contributors";
-$cvs_author = '$Author: ronaldoussoren $';
-$cvs_date = '$Date: 2002/11/13 15:24:22 $';
+$cvs_author = '$Author: bbum $';
+$cvs_date = '$Date: 2002/11/22 22:01:53 $';
 
 include "header.inc";
 ?>
 <p>
 Many, many people have contributed to the PyObjC module in the recent months.  The mailing list should be parsed to complete this list.
 <ul>
+<li>Just van Rossum contributed numerous bits of python that both simplified the use of PyObjC and increased its power.</li>
 <li>Jack Jansen has provided constant technical assistance and direction based on his wealth of experience as the primary developer of the MacPython project.</li>
 <li>Jim Tittsler provided a significant chunk of the look/feel of this web site, including the cool PyDog graphic.</li>
 <li>The <a href="http://fink.sourceforge.net/">Fink Project</a> deserves a huge amount of credit.  Beyond providing a model for building this site, Fink represents an incredible base of knowledge to anyone working with various open source tools and OS X.