What can the pixls.us photographic community help DigiKam?

Gilles Caulier caulier.gilles at gmail.com
Tue Mar 28 07:03:36 BST 2017

2017-03-27 9:57 GMT+02:00 <mica at silentumbrella.com>:

> Hi all,
> I seem to have no been granted commit access to the digikam website repo
> yet, but hopefully that will clear up in the next few days and I'll push
> what I have so I can share it with you all.
> Porting all the site's content is getting very close to complete. If you
> have some free time and want to help, please take a look at the following
> things:
> 1. The 20 FAQs still in the drupal site, get the content and add it to the
> documentation > faq.md file. Even getting the FAQs in markdown format and
> posting them here to this thread would be a tremendous help.
> 2. Fix broken links, there are probably a lot of them that still use the
> drupal syntax. You can run hugo locally and use a link checker to find the
> broken links
> 3. Convert posts to markdown. Right now ever page still has HTML in it.
> It'd be nice if pages were in markdown, where possible. If you edit a page,
> please convert it to markdown and check to make sure it looks reasonable!

What do you mean by Markdown exactly ?

4. Update the screenshots, they're all old!

I will do it step by step.

> 5. Add the `<!--more--> tag to news items. This controls what hugo shows
> on summary pages. Right now, nothing uses this tag.
> You can check the git repo out from KDE's source control using git: git://
> anongit.kde.org/websites/digikam-org and submit patches here on the list,
> on this thread please. Or if you have commit access to the project, go for
> it!
> You can run hugo's internal server to serve you the local website by first
> downloading and/or installing hugo (available as a binary for most
> platforms at http://gohugo.io), cloning the repo, cd into the digikam-org
> folder, and run "hugo serve" from your command prompt.
> If you'd like to request commit access to the project, you can do it by
> registering an account at identities.kde.org and requesting developer
> access.
> Again, sorry I haven't pushed yet, but hopefully that will happen tomorrow!
I created an entry in Phabricator for that few days ago :


Gilles Caulier
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