I think you *have* to use publish--(IIRC auto
refreshing will work only for what you *manually*
place in CVS xml-site CVS)  Don't worry, go ahead and
press the "publish" button--the Forrestbot web
interface is a lot more robust than it looks!

After publishing, you will need to wait up to 6 hours
before the site moves to production.  (It updates
after a publish 4 times per day IIRC.)  Also, anytime
after publishing, go ahead and update the xml-site CVS
with the previous breadcrumb.js file.  You have karma
on xml-site also.

[BTW, you forgot to add Jeremy's birthyear to your
bio--no big deal, but you might be getting
congratulatory emails/demands for cigars every late
June! ;)]


--- Clay Leeds <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I made my 1st CVS *commit* via SSH last
> night--team.xml--as a test (the 
> de facto initiation? ;-)), but don't recall how to
> push it LIVE 
> (thought it would be LIVE this a.m. w the 6-hour
> Forrestbot 'refresh'). 
> I hesitate to do use the Forrestbot Web Interface
> 'til I'm clearer 
> about its use. Also, the temp version of
> team.html[2] shows the dreaded 
> breadcrumb.js error. Can someone clue me in on when
> to use Forrestbot 
> 'publish' as opposed to allowing the auto Forrestbot
> 'refresh'?
> [1]

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