Eric Marsden <emarsden(a)mail.dotcom.fr> writes in xemacs-beta(a)xemacs.org:
This is to suggest inclusion of two elisp modules I have written in
XEmacs (presumably as packages).
* pg.el is a socket-level interface to the PostgreSQL RDBMS.
Definitely O.K. I like PostgreSQL.
* babel.el is an interface to different translation engines
on Internet, such as Babelfish and SysTran.
Synchronicity. I've just been experimenting with king.el, a front end
to IBM's Translation King.
I don't know what the correct procedure for requesting inclusion
says "please let us know"; I
hope this is the right place).
You have posted to the right place.
I am not able to stay current with development versions of XEmacs,
I can't do the packaging myself.
I will add them. No problem. They're just single lisp files, so I'll
add them to one of the existing single-file collections.
I notice you also have a dict.el. Can we bundle that too?