Re: [68ATTENDEES] Moving ahead with tools.ietf.org

Sandra Murphy <sandy@sparta.com> Wed, 28 March 2007 18:37 UTC

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From: Sandra Murphy <sandy@sparta.com>
To: Aaron Stone <aaron@serendipity.cx>
Subject: Re: [68ATTENDEES] Moving ahead with tools.ietf.org
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On Wed, 28 Mar 2007, Aaron Stone wrote:

> On Wed, Mar 28, 2007, Pekka Savola <psavola@csc.fi> said:
>> On Tue, 27 Mar 2007, Henrik Levkowetz wrote:
>>> on 2007-03-27 11:52 Pekka Savola said the following:
> [snip]
>>>>   2) The tools site should have very easy changelog that describes all the
>>>>      changes made to services (or at least gives pointers to distinct,
>>>>      tool-specific changelogs).  Modifications and enhancements are made
>>>>      all the time, and you can't really exploit all of them unless you
>>>>      know what they are or stumble on them by accident.
>>>
>>> Good point.  I'll set up a RSS and/or Atom feed for tool changelog
>>> notes, and aggregate these into a once-per-week message on the
>>> tools-discuss list, and maybe a once-per-month message to ietf-announce.
>>>
>>> Does this sound like a plan?
>>
>> Sounds excellent to me.  Please put a prominent "What's new?" or "What's
>> changed?" on the web pages as well for the benefit of those who don't use
>> RSS/ATOM feeds nor subscribe the mailing lists (e.g., non-IETF goers,
>> non-regular participants).
>
> And even for IETFers who don't have the bandwidth to subscribe to
> everything, but would like to be able to find out what's new in other
> WG's. We all hear about one another's work through other channels now and
> then, and it'd be nice to find at least some cursory detail without
> reading through months of mailing list archives.
>
> Aaron

Aaron (and Pekka?) - Henrik's plan suggests noting changes in the tools 
site, but you seem to have broadened that to noting changes in any wg. 
That might be more of a scope than Henrik suggests.

--Sandy

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