Hi everybody! I've been playing with the thought of moving PHP Weather to SourceForge for some time - and it has now been done :-) The summary-page for PHP Weather is here: http://www.sourceforge.net/projects/phpweather/ Now that version 2 is on it's way, I thought that it would be nice to have some of the more "cool" development-tools at out disposal, namely CVS. So I've been playing a lot with CVS the last few days (I've only used it once, so I had to learn quite a lot), and you can access the web-interface here: http://cvs.sourceforge.net/cgi-bin/cvsweb.cgi/?cvsroot=phpweather Right now, the CVS version is almost identical to what I called beta-1.9.3. I've also made two new mailling-lists at SourceForge: One for general discussions (the future of this list) and one for CVS checkins. I can move all the subscriber to <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> over to <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> quite easily. Would anybody be offended if I did that? If anybody would like to have write-access to the CVS repository, then they should register at SourceForge, and then send me their user-name. I'll then add them to the list of developers. Then instead of mailling me, they could just fix bugs themselves. Also, the translators could update their translations, without going through me. -- Best regards, Martin Geisler Checkout http://www.gimpster.com for: PHP Weather => Shows the current weather on your webpages. PHP Shell => A telnet-connection (almost :-) in a PHP page.