Please write web pages about your package, and install them on
www.gnu.org. They should follow our usual standards for web
pages (see http://www.gnu.org/server/fsf-html-style-sheet.html).
The overall goals are to support a wide variety of browsers, to focus
on information rather than flashy eye candy, and to keep the site
simple and uniform.
We encourage you to use the standard
www.gnu.org template as
the basis for your pages:
Some GNU packages have just simple web pages, but the more information
you provide, the better. So please write as much as you usefully can,
and put all of it on
www.gnu.org. However, pages that access
databases (including mail archives and bug tracking) are an exception;
set them up on whatever site is convenient for you, and make the pages
www.gnu.org link to that site.
Please follow the best practices of accessibility in your web pages (see http://www.gnu.org/accessibility/accessibility.html).
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