[OS X Emacs] New Aquamacs beta web site
treese at acm.org
Sat Mar 28 11:21:11 EDT 2020
Hi, John. Thanks for the note. I’ll see about updating that, at least about the maintainer.
The Aquamacs page there needs a general overhaul as well.
I hope things are well with you.
> On Mar 28, 2020, at 11:09 AM, John Wroclawski <jtw at csail.mit.edu> wrote:
> Ooo, this is great news.
> I took a quick look at it, and it pointed me to the aquamacs wiki page on emacswiki, which says “Aquamacs is maintained by DavidReitter. A number of people have contributed.”. I would have tried to update it, but I wasn’t sure what you might want it to say now..
> Cheers, John
> Sent from my iPad
>> On Mar 28, 2020, at 10:57 AM, Win Treese <treese at acm.org> wrote:
>> Aquamacs fans,
>> Adam Zerella volunteered to update the Aquamacs web site and make it more helpful. As a first step, he has recreated the existing site in a new form based on GitHub Pages, and it’s now available at beta.aquamacs.org. Please take a look and let us know if you see any problems. We would also be delighted to hear suggestions for changes and improvements in both content and design.
>> Web site issues and suggestions can be entered at the GitHub repository at https://github.com/aquamacs-emacs/aquamacs-web-site, or mailed to the list. Feel free to propose a change in the source code for the web site as well through GitHub.
>> Thanks, Adam!
>> Win Treese
>> treese at acm.org
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