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Isofarro sez: *ROTFLMAO* Thank you for the introduction.

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Isofarro sez: Currently playing around with XML and XSL in my spare time, finding an XSL engine that will work with Perl so I can build the "DIY-GUI" website that someone will finish a few days before me. Other projects I've got on my evergrowing to-do list is: postit-note application using DOM compliant Javascript, Directory of web developer resources - looks like wiki beat me to it.... a multithreaded game server in Java so I can play my very own "Lords of Midnight" game online.

Iso sez: Trying to accumulate material for the updated alt.html FAQ - added over 100 questions this long weekend. *sigh*

Jerry sez: You oughta just fold that stuff in here. We're gradually getting organized, you know.

Iso sez: I'm keen to, once its in a readable form. Spend most of the weekend copying and pasting.... It would be great that someone could read a "official looking" html faq, with a link directly to this wiki where they could add in their own changes/corrections. The html-faq would be more of a signpost - every few months we'd then go through the wiki adding the agreed corrections into the faq. What do you think? Advantage that the FAQ won't go horribly out of date too quickly.

Iso -- Spring housecleaning? -- jerry

Iso: Don't know what happened there! Just added the above paragraph.
Isofarro sez: The toys I'm play with:
* Currently playing around with XML and XSL in my spare time, finding an XSL engine that will work with Perl so I can build the "DIY-GUI" website that someone will finish a few days before me.
* postit-note application using DOM compliant Javascript,
* Directory of web developer resources - looks like wiki beat me to it....
* accumulating material for the updated alt.html FAQ - up to 150 questions so far

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Jerry: Isn't Versioning a cool invention? I'm about to upgrade the software another little notch. Hold onto your hat! Check out Matthias' use of subpages, from his homepage. When you go to a subpage, you get a link in the top menubar back to the mother page. This could be interesting.
* PORTALS! I'm getting very interested in the mechanics of portals, and how to create one that's useful for webdevelopers -- I'm writing my own portal infrastructure at the moment in PHP (yeah I know php-Nuke is great - but its a learning thing.). So far, I'm looking to incorporate the content management system, postit-notes, the directory and the FAQ into it - so it becomes a WebDeveloper desktop - also thinking of adding in a wiki, as a freeform note based system/ web based CMS.... so the portal needs to have a flexible "plugin" interface for module-based applications.

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Iso: *ROTFLMAO* I can only hope :-)
Iso: *ROTFLMAO* I can only hope :-)

Isofarro is a regular on alt.html and a number of other web-centric newsgroups. We mostly read his postings, then go back and correct what we were to post. -- Jerry Muelver

Three Rules of Web Development:

  1. Trust only the server
  2. Don't make Javascript mandatory on your site, use it to enhance your website
  3. Test in as many browsers you or your friends can muster (at least 4 different browsers)

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Isofarro sez: The toys I'm play with:


Bodidily: I found this on the W3 Validator. Is it one of your inventions Iso?
        "Added support for ISO-HTML (October 18, 2000)"

Iso: *ROTFLMAO* I can only hope :-)


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