[rt-devel] Apache problem on fsck.com

Michael Grubb mgrubb at fifthvision.net
Fri Jun 14 11:03:51 EDT 2002

I am currently trying to build a site(www.fifthvision.net) 
that, among other things,  will become a large
resource for the RT community. I have posted all the scrips
that I have written there, as well as the latest release of the
StockAnswers add-on.  I would encourage any one who has
written an extension to RT to go register their download, write articles,
whatever.  No offense to Jesse but he is a busy man, and so putting a
lot of time into creating a resource like I am trying to envision is not
on his priority list, nor should it be.  I haven't had a lot of time lately
to do a lot of work on it, so I'm looking for someone who would like to
help out with this.  I would love to hear from the rest of the list what their
thoughts are, and especially from Jesse.

On Friday 14 June 2002 02:24, Dan Shearer wrote:
> On Fri, 14 Jun 2002, Jesse Vincent wrote:
> > I had to go to lengths to make sure that nothing got parsed
> > for stuff in /pub/.  That's where you can download copies to use
> > locally.
> >
> > do you want the buglist at http://fsck.com/rt2/NoAuth/Buglist.html?
> I was actually just wanting to browse through the contributed code and
> addons directory. How do you suggest I do that?
> I am trying to assemble a list of all the different management reporting
> options for WebRT. So far I have:
>    - roll-your-own SQL scripts, several of (and we've created some
>      in-house too)
>    - a couple of perl modules in the mailing list archives in varying
>      states of repair, need to do proper testing
>    - whatever is in the addons and contrib area, but its a bit hard to
>      get an idea what's there at the moment due to Apache config problem
>    - Crystal Reports

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