- The software is working pretty well for display. Formatting and
autolinking work "close enough for filk", though template expansion
needs a lot more debugging yet for anything but the simplest
- WebDAV (especially PROPFIND) is working well enough that Nautilus can
display an icon view! Go to
/Ccgi/file.cgi/net/ for a demo. It
might work as a M$ ``web folder'', too. Can't hurt to try!
- [done] Set up web server
-  obtain domain names
-  set up DNS for penguinsong.net, penguinsong.org [.com should
wait until there's a need for it -- no point deceiving people into
thinking there's anything there to buy.]
-  put appropriate URL's on fanish business cards
- [done] Obtain or construct suitable logo artwork
- [done] Apply cPIA
stylesheets to web pages for uniform look
using jPIA offline and Perl index.cgi online for this -- will
eventually make the transition to AMP,
which is simpler and more comprehensible.
-  Get the web template engine (the AMP
Active Markup Processor) running.
- [done] Get the auto-link code working and integrated into AMP.
-  Get WebDAV code in
- [ongoing] start migrating files to
and away from offline formatting except for high-volume pages.
- [in progress] Get the upload and version control (CVS-based)
integrated. At that point it will be possible for people other than
developers to upload files.
- [in progress] The member-registration, authentication, and
- Create my own artist and song pages. Use these to debug the skeletons
and associated forms.
- The FilkWiki parser and edit CGI. At that point it will be possible to
create and modify pages using only a browser.
- The download-tracking code.
- This section will move to the top as soon as there's enough of the site
up and running to publicize.
- Make a printed flier, hopefully before
- Shakedown cruise. Solicit experimental trial memberships
at Westercon at ConJose on
filk-related mailing lists and newsgroups.
- Hold an organizational meeting (
ConJose?) -- heck with
it: on IRC, when it's darned-well ready.