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GNUe Traffic #98 For 3�Nov�2003

By Arturas Kriukovas

"we created a set of wireless headsets by taking ancient wired headsets, and not plugging them in"

Table Of Contents


This covers the three main mailing lists for the GNU Enterprise project, plus the #gnuenterprise IRC channel.

1. #gnue-commits

26�Oct�2003�Archive Link: "[IRC] 26 Oct 2003"

People: Jeff Bailey

Jeff Bailey (jbailey) said he expected "to finish getting #gnue-commits setup" . "Right now CVS commits all go to #commits with all the other projects, so it's vanity stuff, not terribly useful."

Later, on October 27, Jeff announced #gnue-commits existance - "CVS Commit messages now go to #gnue-commits live!"

2. HTML UI driver for forms

26�Oct�2003�Archive Link: "[IRC] 26 Oct 2003"

People: Daniel Baumann,�Andrew Mitchell

Daniel Baumann (chillywilly) asked whether there was "an html UI driver for forms" . Andrew Mitchell (ajmitch) pointed to the "stuff in gnue/gnue-appserver/extensions/webfrontend" . "It seems to be a web forms client" .

3. Chinese and Windows 98

28�Oct�2003�Archive Link: "[IRC] 28 Oct 2003"

People: Jan Ischebeck,�Bajusz Tam�s

Jan Ischebeck (siesel) noticed that "the win32 ui don't work because of a dll loading problem" on Windows 98 Chinese edition. The problem appeared to be because win23all version 159 was used. With version 161 the problem disappeared, but appeared another - "the login box for the win32 driver is broken, possibly due to win32all 161" . Bajusz Tam�s (btami) offered using "netrc or direct uname/passw" .

Unicode/chinese with win32/wx uidrivers sample can be found at

4. Documentation

31�Oct�2003�Archive Link: "[IRC] 31 Oct 2003"

People: James Thompson

James Thompson (jamest) offered adding "epydoc support to our setup system" . "It's inspired by javadoc" . More information can be found on

Sharon And Joy

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