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Re: front-page news rotation policy?


On 07/29/2018 04:28 PM, Gerald Pfeifer wrote:
Hi Sandra,

On Sun, 29 Jul 2018, Sandra Loosemore wrote:
Gerald, do we have a policy on when to rotate the News items on the main
GCC web page to the "Older news" page?  Joseph asked me to post a patch
for adding a news item for the proposed new C-SKY port, but the items
that are there now seem somewhat bit-rotten (e.g., referring to last
year's Cauldron in the future tense and no link for this year's event)

that is a good question and also a fair observation that I've fallen
behind on rotating the news recently.

Let me try to address two birds with one stone, by means of the patch
below which (a) adds a note on rotating news to index.html and (b) does
a bit of rotation, and which I just applied.

Hope this makes sense and addresses your question?

(Modulo my typo.</shame target="me">)

independently of anything to do with C-SKY.  Of course I can fix that
too (with a separate patch), given some hint about whether/how much
pruning is considered appropriate.

That would be lovely, thank you!

OK, done with the attached patch (also fixed the typo).

-Sandra
? htdocs/index.html.~1.1089.~
Index: htdocs/index.html
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RCS file: /cvs/gcc/wwwdocs/htdocs/index.html,v
retrieving revision 1.1089
diff -r1.1089 index.html
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<      become longer than the paralle one, whatever happens first. 
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>      become longer than the parallel one, whatever happens first. 
54a55,58
> <dt><span><a href="https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/cauldron2018";>GNU Tools Cauldron 2018</a></span>
>     <span class="date">[2018-07-29]</span></dt>
>     <dd>Will be held in Manchester, September 7-9 2018</dd>
> 
81c85
<     <dd>Will be held in Prague, September 8-10 2017</dd>
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>     <dd>Held in Prague, September 8-10 2017</dd>

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