* Fortunes Atom Feed: - Make it validate - Syndicate it into the rest. - fix the formatting of the fortunes (especially IRC fortunes) in Akregator. * Removed dest/t2-homepage/philosophy/books-recommends/old-index.html from the laptop. * Add some references to general Objectivism stuff on humour/TOWTF. * Add Term::ReadPassword to Task-Sites-ShlomiFish . * Update the instructions for how to build the homepage: - projectlocker. * Integrate building the lectures/presentations into the homepage. * Ask people about the name of the meta-scan algorithm in: http://www.shlomifish.org/lecture/Perl/Lightning/Opt-Multi-Task-in-PDL/ * Convert "The Enemy and How I Helped to Fight It" Hebrew/English to unicode punctuation. * Add a test suite: - HTML/XHTML validation. - English spelling. - Hebrew spelling. Minor Problems: --------------- * Fix the fact that the "Private Tutor HTML Ad" goes beyond the right margins. * Go over the pages of the individual presentations and add meaningful descriptions. - link to the new presentation in "Linux for the Technion student". * Add to the external FOSS contributions: - MikMod - Adopted CPAN Modules - Wikipedia and related sites. * Investigate the following subversion scenario: - svn rm myfile. - svn cp ../../IP/myfile myfile. - svn revert -R . - change myfile. - commit. Long Term: ---------- * Add more software packages to the numerical software page. * Add more essays I wrote to the Essays Index. * Revamp the Math-Ventures site and re-write the formulae in TeX, MathML etc. * Put more meaningful descriptions in the place holders for all the presentations. * Style the .prod_set's on the CD recommendations page. * Style the section navigation menus better. * Generate the DocBook/XML makefile rules using a Perl script. - Check for more possible stuff. * Link the Hebrew Errors Page to the main one. * Add Recommendations: - Movies - Fiction Books * Add <rellink's (relevant links) to: - Book recommendations. - Music recommendations. * Distribute the links under t2/links.html into relevant pages on the site, possibly using lib/article-index/article-index.xsl.