INN commit: trunk/doc/pod (active.pod readme.pod sendinpaths.pod)

INN Commit Russ_Allbery at isc.org
Sat Oct 25 18:12:55 UTC 2008


    Date: Saturday, October 25, 2008 @ 11:12:55
  Author: iulius
Revision: 8148

New information for the TOP1000 project.  Update links and fix typos.

Modified:
  trunk/doc/pod/active.pod
  trunk/doc/pod/readme.pod
  trunk/doc/pod/sendinpaths.pod

-----------------+
 active.pod      |    2 +-
 readme.pod      |   36 +++++++++++++++++++-----------------
 sendinpaths.pod |    7 ++++---
 3 files changed, 24 insertions(+), 21 deletions(-)

Modified: active.pod
===================================================================
--- active.pod	2008-10-25 17:29:11 UTC (rev 8147)
+++ active.pod	2008-10-25 18:12:55 UTC (rev 8148)
@@ -75,7 +75,7 @@
 Articles cannot be posted to that newsgroup, but they can be received from
 other sites.  Any articles received from peers for that newsgroup are
 treated as if they were actually posted to the group named after the equal
-sign.  Note that the Newsgroups: header of the articles are not modified.
+sign.  Note that the Newsgroups: header of the articles is not modified.
 (Alias groups are typically used during a transition and are typically
 created manually with ctlinnd(8).)  An alias should not point to another
 alias.

Modified: readme.pod
===================================================================
--- readme.pod	2008-10-25 17:29:11 UTC (rev 8147)
+++ readme.pod	2008-10-25 18:12:55 UTC (rev 8148)
@@ -227,7 +227,7 @@
 
 =item CleanFeed
 
-URL: <http://www.bofh.it/~md/cleanfeed/>
+URL:  L<http://www.bofh.it/~md/cleanfeed/>
 
 CleanFeed is an extremely powerful spam filter, probably the most widely
 used spam filter on Usenet currently.  It catches excessive multiposting
@@ -237,24 +237,24 @@
 
 =item GUP (Group Update Program)
 
-URL: <ftp://ftp.debian.org/debian/pool/main/g/gup/>
+URL:  L<ftp://ftp.debian.org/debian/pool/main/g/gup/>
 
-GUP provides a way for your peers to update their newsfeeds entries as
+GUP provides a way for your peers to update their F<newsfeeds> entries as
 they want without having to ask you to edit the configuration file all the
-time.  It's useful when feeding peers who take limited and very specific
+time.  It's useful when feeding peers take limited and very specific
 feeds that change periodically.
 
 =item inflow
 
-URL: <http://www.switch.ch/netnews/wg/netnews-wg.html>
+URL:  L<http://www.switch.ch/netnews/wg/netnews-wg.html>
 
-inflow generates graphs of news flow statistics in real time from INN's
+B<inflow> generates graphs of news flow statistics in real time from INN's
 logs (things like articles accepted per peer, volume accepted per peer,
 and the like).
 
-=item News-Portal
+=item NewsPortal
 
-URL: <http://floh.gartenhaus.net/newsportal/>
+URL:  L<http://amrhein.eu/newsportal/>
 
 A PHP-based web news reader that works as a front-end to a regular news
 server such as INN and lets people read and post without learning a news
@@ -262,17 +262,18 @@
 
 =item PersonalINN
 
-URL: <http://www.ritual.org/summer/pinn/>
+URL:  L<http://www.ritual.org/summer/pinn/>
 
 PersonalINN is a version of INN modified for personal use and with a
-friendly GUI built on top of it.  It is available for NeXTSTEP or OPENSTEP
+friendly GUI built on top of it.  It is available for NEXTSTEP or OPENSTEP
 only, unfortunately.
 
 =item suck
 
-URL: <http://home.comcast.net/~bobyetman/index.html>
+URL:  L<http://home.comcast.net/~bobyetman/index.html> (obsolete)
+URL:  L<http://packages.debian.org/suck>
 
-suck is a separate package for downloading a news feed via a reading
+B<suck> is a separate package for downloading a news feed via a reading
 connection (rather than via a direct NNTP or UUCP feed) and sending
 outgoing local posts via POST.  It's intended primarily for personal or
 small-organization news servers who get their news via an ISP and are too
@@ -280,12 +281,13 @@
 
 =item newsx
 
-URL: <http://www.kvaleberg.com/newsx.html>
+URL:  L<http://www.kvaleberg.com/newsx.html> (obsolete)
+URL:  L<http://packages.debian.org/newsx>
 
-Serving the same purpose as suck, newsx is a separate package for
-downloading a news feed via a reading connectino and sending outgoing
-local posts via POST.  Some people find suck easier to configure and use,
-and some people find newsx easier.  If you have problems with one, try the
+Serving the same purpose as B<suck>, B<newsx> is a separate package for
+downloading a news feed via a reading connection and sending outgoing
+local posts via POST.  Some people find B<suck> easier to configure and use,
+and some people find B<newsx> easier.  If you have problems with one, try the
 other.
 
 =back

Modified: sendinpaths.pod
===================================================================
--- sendinpaths.pod	2008-10-25 17:29:11 UTC (rev 8147)
+++ sendinpaths.pod	2008-10-25 18:12:55 UTC (rev 8148)
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
 =head1 NAME
 
-sendinpaths - Send Usenet Path statistics via e-mail
+sendinpaths - Send Usenet Path: statistics via e-mail
 
 =head1 SYNOPSIS
 
@@ -13,8 +13,9 @@
 running B<ninpaths> on each one and making sure the exit status is zero,
 and passes them to B<ninpaths> to generate a cumulative report.  That
 report is mailed to the e-mail addresses configured at the beginning of
-this script (by default "pathsurvey at top1000.org" and
-"top1000 at anthologeek.net").
+this script (by default <pathsurvey at top1000.org> and
+<top1000 at anthologeek.net>) in order to supply the TOP1000 project with
+useful statistics:  see L<http://www.top1000.org/> for more information.
 
 When finished, B<sendinpaths> deletes all dump files in I<pathlog>/path
 that are older than 14 days (configurable at the beginning of the script).



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