[EP-tech] Random selection
d.lawrie at nua.ac.uk
Thu Feb 6 09:36:23 GMT 2014
I¹ve not needed to tinker with our repository for a couple of months, but
have just been asked if I change the front page ³latest items² to a random
selection temporarily, as there isn¹t enough new stuff being uploaded
currently and it looks a bit odd.
Is that an easy change to make? Like I say it¹s only temporary so I will
want to keep the current code ready for when they ask to change it back.
Would I be able to do it in latest_tool.pl ?
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