From: Martin Sevior (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Jun 20 2003 - 12:22:00 EDT
Last email from Paul Everitt.
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Date: Fri, 20 Jun 2003 17:27:21 +0200
From: Paul Everitt <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Martin Sevior <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: CMS publishing from AbiWord
On Friday, Jun 20, 2003, at 17:19 Europe/Paris, Martin Sevior wrote:
> Hi Paul,
> OK, it's clear I'm out of depth at this point. I'm by no means a
> web-dav hacker. I had thought to write a plugin for abiword send
> either a
> HTML or some other file to a location specificied by the user. I had no
> idea of these extra subtleties.
There's a bit of experience needed, but it shouldn't be too bad. The
good news is that the important use cases will remain fairly
> Thanks very much for the link to nemo. It may be worthwhile to
> on just using that rather than gnome-vfs.
I checked earlier today, and it appears that Nautilus (thus gnome-vfs)
doesn't do digest authentication. Sigh.
> In order to get started, I had planned to ask for a test-account on
> someone's CMS system to start playing with the code.
We're setting that up in the next few days at oscom.org.
> As I intimated earlier, it is very easy for us to add UI to save to a
> particular web-location. I plan to write that within a week or two. I
> require lots of help on sorting out the correct invocation of the
No problem at all.
> Do you mind if I copy these emails to the abiword-dev list? I think the
> AbiWord community would be very interested in this application of
> and there may well be more people there who can help.
Sure, please do. Let's keep the conversation going!
BTW, how's work going on an OS X version? :^)
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