Developer: Phil Gyford, email@example.com
Phil Gyford describes the project:
First a script works through the URL table and copies details for each entry to the pages in which it should appear. Then each page is sorted either alphabetically a> or by date. Next, the navigation for the top part of each page is created by a script which works through the category table and generates the appropriate html. As each page is rendered this navigation and the right-hand column is included.
When it comes to adding new entries each day, a Frontier script grabs the URL and title of the page from Netscape, along with a comment from the clipboard, and creates a new entry in the URL table. The only part of the process Frontier can't manage is deciding which categories each new entry should be assigned to. A script then uploads a new front page with the last few days' entries and a channel for my.userland.com.
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