On Tuesday, Apr 22, 2003, at 18:49 US/Central, Sander Holthaus - Orange
I'm rewriting the the HTML-files to make them XHTML-complaint and
upgrade their looks a bit so I can offer webmail to clients. Has there
been any work in this area already? Perhaps even some cool web
Also, has there been given any thought of making Sqwebmail output
Yes. I've been cleaning them up. But only to the level of clean,
balanced, (hopefully) fully-compliant HTML 4.01 with XHTML as only a
*future* goal. (Because I don't want to make too many changes at once,
and risk problems cropping up.) I've got over 300 changes made already
to my sources, and have been discussing the implications of and "best
solutions" for some of them with Sam.
Sadly, I've not made any more progress over the last week because I've
been busy with some other stuff. But I hope to finish up my
conversations with Sam asap, and move my changes into "approval by Sam"
stage relatively soon afterwards.
I was planning on working up some better looking icons as well, but
haven't done anything at all in that regard just yet.
As for pure XML/XSLT output, I don't think that would be a useful goal
for *most* users at this time. (And probably would require even more
extensive changes than those I've made.) And therefore, I doubt that
Sam would have any interest (although I'm only guessing at his mind, as
I certainly can't speak for him) in making that a feature of the
standard Courier distribution -- at least for the foreseeable future.