source: trunk/www/index.php @ 28303

Last change on this file since 28303 was 28303, checked in by jmpp@…, 13 years ago

Major but minor commit to the www svn space: reorder the sources a bit to have a cleaner
layout while bringing the content up to speed with current practices and reality, otherwise
sticking to the same website we had back in OpenDarwin days.

The one big thing about this commit, though, is that the old ports.php page is again operational,
as shown in my local server: http://apollo.homeunix.net/macports/ports.php. Woot!

Further discussion of what to do with these sources is needed, however, so I'm not gonna push to
host them anywhere for the time being until we have a clearer map of how we should move forward
wrt our web presence.

  • Property svn:eol-style set to native
  • Property svn:keywords set to Id
File size: 2.5 KB
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1  <?php
2    $DOCUMENT_ROOT = $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'];
3    include_once("$DOCUMENT_ROOT/macports/includes/common.inc");
4    include_once("$DOCUMENT_ROOT/macports/includes/news.inc");
5    print_header('MacPorts Home', 'utf-8');
6  ?>
7
8    <div id="content">
9      <h2 class="hdr">Introduction to MacPorts</h2>
10
11      <p>The MacPorts Project's main goal is to provide an easy way to
12        install various open-source software products on the <a
13        href="http://www.apple.com/macosx/">Mac OS X</a> operating system.</p>
14
15      <p>There are currently about <?= ports_count(); ?> completed and usable
16        <a href="/macports/ports.php">ports</a>, with more being added on a regular basis.
17        You can track recently added ports by subscribing to the <a
18        href="http://lists.macosforge.org/mailman/listinfo/macports-changes">macports-changes</a>
19        mailing list.</p>
20       
21      <p>For more information on obtaining and installing MacPorts,
22        please see the <a href="/macports/getmp.php">Get MacPorts</a> section of this
23        site.  Also be sure to check out the <a href="http://geeklair.net/new_macports_guide/">documentation</a>,
24        and if you have questions or run into problems, you can get help at our <a
25        href="/macports/help.php">help section</a>. The <a href="http://trac.macports.org/projects/macports/wiki">MacPorts Wiki</a>
26        is also a good resource for general and miscellaneous help, specially the
27        ongoing <a href="http://trac.macports.org/projects/macports/wiki/FAQ">FAQ</a> effort.</p>
28
29      <p>Bug reports, feature requests, and new ports should be submitted as
30        <a href="http://trac.macports.org/projects/macports/newticket">new tickets</a> into our Trac system. Please consult
31    the <a href="http://geeklair.net/new_macports_guide/#project.tickets"> documentation</a>
32    to improve the processing of your ticket(s).</p>
33
34    <p>For information on becoming an official member of the MacPorts project
35    with write access to our subversion repository, please consult the
36    <a href="http://geeklair.net/new_macports_guide/#project.membership">relevant documentation</a>
37    detailing our membership requirements and resulting duties &amp; benefits
38    from holding a MacPorts account.</p>
39
40    <p><b>Current MacPorts <a href="/macports/getmp.php">release</a>: <? print "$mp_version"; ?></b></p>
41
42      <div id="news">
43        <h2 class="hdr">Project News</h2>
44
45        <?php
46          print_headlines();
47        ?>
48
49                <p>You can also browse our <a href="/macports/archives.php">news archives</a>.</p>
50       
51      </div>
52    </div>
53  </div>
54
55<?php
56  print_footer();
57?>
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