[Israel.pm] Perl hacker needed to help with the conference and hackathon
shlomif at iglu.org.il
Wed Jul 9 03:56:06 PDT 2008
On Wednesday 09 July 2008, Gabor Szabo wrote:
> Several people have answer in private so I think I better answer here
> at once to all of them.
> If you'd like to help, please register on the mailing lists of Act,
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I thought they were too busy.
> tell them you would like to
> help a bit, check out their source code and try to implement the capability
> to see the diffs between changes in the wiki. That is currently the
> most important for me.
OK. I'll see about that.
> In addition I think if someone deletes a wiki page, there is no way to
> get it back.
> That needs to have a fix as well.
> In general please check out what else is in the queue there currently
> and try to help
> implement those changes.
> I am only involved in it as a"customer" and I am sure I'll soon have
> several requests
> to be added to Act but it would be good to be familiar with the code
> by that time.
> On Wed, Jul 9, 2008 at 10:02 AM, Gabor Szabo <szabgab at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I need the help of someone who is familiar with mod_perl.
> > I am using Act to manage the conference and there are several
> > feature requests - some already in the pipe, some that will come soon.
> > The developers and maintainers of Act are busy and I'd like to
> > get someone to implement these changes.
> > http://act.mongueurs.net/
> > One of my urgent requests is to be able to see the diffs between
> > changes in the wiki.
> > regards
> > Gabor
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