ANSTHRLD - CoH web page: what should be on it?
tmcd at jump.net
Wed Jan 26 20:08:57 PST 2000
On Wed, 26 Jan 2000, Sara L Friedemann <sfriedemann at students.wisc.edu> wrote:
> > > Hmmm ... an Index of Ansteorran Heraldic Submissions ... what
> > > a great idea!
> > In addition, it's be interesting to we furriners, too.
> > An Tir has a submissions tracker system, but I have no idea how it
> > works.
> The Midrealm has a submissions tracking database, too.
In the case of Ansteorra, it's 3617 lines of Perl code + comments +
regression test data, 13742 lines of database thorough thru 1993 and
bits before, and 341 lines of LaTeX. The program can generate
listings: in LaTeX, HTML, or plain text; listing only in-progress
submissions or all; sorted by branch+name or just name.
Unfortunately, there are hard-coded assumptions about how the process
works that makes it hard to adapt to any other kingdom, and I haven't
thought of a good way to generalize it.
> > When up to date, it's an excellent resource.
> It's not that uptodate, but when it is, like Teceangl said, it works
OK, OK, I get behind, OK?! Bad enough when just Francois was nagging
me! It's now current for 1993-99. I found the "overdue" problem:
I screwed up one entry and it therefore reported everything
in-progress to be overdue. I'm working on the "pretty printed" and
HTML versions. The older version, thru May, is at
http://www.jump.net/~tmcd; I'll put the new version there too, and I
hope on the new Ansteorran server as well.
Daniel de Lincolia
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