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Ask SlashCode: Preferred Distro for Slash?

posted by jamiemccarthy on 04:00 PM October 20th, 2005   Printer-friendly   Email story
Justin Mazzi writes "Those of use eager to install slashcode come across what I would assume to be a common question. What is the best distro for running slashcode? Install seems possible on many different systems, but I'm looking for the best/most compatible." I think once you have the AMP installed the exact flavor of L doesn't much matter, but feel free to share positive/negative experiences.

YASS: SlashGISRS

posted by jamiemccarthy on 02:07 PM October 19th, 2005   Printer-friendly   Email story
Lord Satri writes "Probably the first brand-new slash site using the CSS code, we are pleased to announce the launch of SlashGISRS.org. As its name suggests, SlashGISRS target the Geographic Information Systems and Remote Sensing communities. SlashGISRS is a direct sibling of Applied-GIS-RS, a 1000+ members mailing list. Amongst many features offered such as the slash moderation system, slashgisrs is not bloated by ads and is managed by a non-for-profit organization. Read the full announcement here."

Slash: Slash + CSS

posted by vroom on 09:43 AM September 6th, 2005   Printer-friendly   Email story

We've been working for some time now on getting Slash to utilize CSS and also updating it's old crufty HTML while we're at it. We've moved Slash to HTML Strict 4.01. Slashcode.com and use.perl.org are currently running on this code. You can take a look at the markup, or log in and take a look around.

If you'd like to see what Slashdot might look like you can activate the Slashdot stylesheet on Slashcode.com in Firefox by choosing View > Page Style > Slashdot. I'm sure you can do the same thing with other browsers but you're on your own for the specifics of how to do so.

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