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joe_rice
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Hey all,

This is a bit embarrassing, but I can't seem to find the GRIN page on java.net since the re-org. Could someone provide the link?

I also note that this link:

https://hdcookbook.dev.java.net/animator.html.

is broken on this page:

http://java.net/projects/hdcookbook/pages/Animation

Joe

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On 4/21/11 5:00 PM, Joe Rice wrote:

Hey all,

This is a bit embarrassing, but I can't seem to find the GRIN page on java.net since the re-org. Could someone provide the link?

You'll find it in the subversion repository, the main HTML pages
seem to live at
http://java.net/projects/hdcookbook/sources/svn/show/trunk/www?rev=646.
I agree that the transition of Java.net resulted in lots of
broken-ness.

BIll

I also note that this link:

<a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="https://hdcookbook.dev.java.net/animator.html">https://hdcookbook.dev.java.net/animator.html</a>.

is broken on this page:

<a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="http://java.net/projects/hdcookbook/pages/Animation">http://java.net/projects/hdcookbook/pages/Animation</a>

Joe

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Bill Foote Guest
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On 4/21/11 5:10 PM, Heihachiro NISHIMURA wrote:
> Hi Joe,
>
> seems like it moved to jovial.com.
>
> http://jovial.com/hdcookbook/grin.html
> http://jovial.com/hdcookbook/animator.html
>
Hi Joe, Heihachiro-san, Bill,

Right, I just manually made a copy of the www directory of the SVN
repository onto my vanity domain, at http://jovial.com/hdcookbook. In
retrospect, I'm not sure why I put it there, and not hdcookbook.com -
the two are even the same web hosting account! I kind of did it in a
hurry, when I noticed that the new java.net wasn't set up the way the
old java.net was. Under the old system, the www directory of the SVN
repository was the external web site. Under the new system, I don't
know how to make a pretty "front page" for the project, or otherwise put
up web pages.

I see there's some work to do on the front page. The icon links that
Chihiro originally added ("download builds," "discuss," etc.) are now
(unsurprisingly) broken links. I also seem to have forgotten to mention
the jovial.com copy of the external web pages from the java.net project
page! I just added that mention; I'll try to fix up some of the other
broken links and such when I'm back at that computer. Maybe this weekend?

To tell you the truth, after I made the quick copy to jovial.com, I
forgot all about going back and fixing up this stuff! I do like the
idea of having the full javadocs up on http somewhere, rather than
having everything buried inside a SVN repository, so I will keep the
jovial.com copy there. I've had that domain for something like 20 years
now, so it should be pretty stable -- more stable than some large
American corporations :-)

Cheers,

Bill

Roger Brinkley Guest
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Bill,

If you can make me a project owner temporarily. I'll make that change
for you.

Binky

On 4/22/11 12:10 PM, Bill Foote wrote:
> On 4/21/11 5:10 PM, Heihachiro NISHIMURA wrote:
>> Hi Joe,
>>
>> seems like it moved to jovial.com.
>>
>> http://jovial.com/hdcookbook/grin.html
>> http://jovial.com/hdcookbook/animator.html
>>
> Hi Joe, Heihachiro-san, Bill,
>
> Right, I just manually made a copy of the www directory of the SVN
> repository onto my vanity domain, at http://jovial.com/hdcookbook. In
> retrospect, I'm not sure why I put it there, and not hdcookbook.com -
> the two are even the same web hosting account! I kind of did it in a
> hurry, when I noticed that the new java.net wasn't set up the way the
> old java.net was. Under the old system, the www directory of the SVN
> repository was the external web site. Under the new system, I don't
> know how to make a pretty "front page" for the project, or otherwise
> put up web pages.
>
> I see there's some work to do on the front page. The icon links that
> Chihiro originally added ("download builds," "discuss," etc.) are now
> (unsurprisingly) broken links. I also seem to have forgotten to
> mention the jovial.com copy of the external web pages from the
> java.net project page! I just added that mention; I'll try to fix up
> some of the other broken links and such when I'm back at that
> computer. Maybe this weekend?
>
> To tell you the truth, after I made the quick copy to jovial.com, I
> forgot all about going back and fixing up this stuff! I do like the
> idea of having the full javadocs up on http somewhere, rather than
> having everything buried inside a SVN repository, so I will keep the
> jovial.com copy there. I've had that domain for something like 20
> years now, so it should be pretty stable -- more stable than some
> large American corporations :-)
>
> Cheers,
>
> Bill
>
>

joe_rice
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Thanks much!

On Apr 21, 2011, at 5:10 PM, Heihachiro NISHIMURA wrote:

> Hi Joe,
>
> seems like it moved to jovial.com.
>
> http://jovial.com/hdcookbook/grin.html
> http://jovial.com/hdcookbook/animator.html
>
>
>