What can the pixls.us photographic community help DigiKam?
fi at alicious.com
Sat Mar 25 10:19:10 GMT 2017
This all seems more like a dev discussion, I'm getting this on
digikam-users ... whilst I appreciate it's good for users to be involved
in dev I'm not sure spamming them with dev discussions will achieve that
end. Apologies if I've erred I'm new on the 'users' mailing list.
On 25/03/2017 09:25, Gilles Caulier wrote:
> Hi all again,
> The next stage to complet the Hugo migration is :
> - to setup the test website.
> - to patch the curretn Hugo implementation in KDE git repository
> - to test results.
> - to setup the target website with Hugo code in goal to publish final
> result on Internet.
> Q :
> - Where will be hosted test and new target web site ? The current one
> is hosted on KDE infrastructures. This will be always the case with
> Hugo port ?
> Gilles Caulier
> 2017-03-25 8:22 GMT+01:00 Gilles Caulier <caulier.gilles at gmail.com
> <mailto:caulier.gilles at gmail.com>>:
> 2017-03-24 22:37 GMT+01:00 Pat David <patdavid at gmail.com
> <mailto:patdavid at gmail.com>>:
> I've enabled the repo (git clone
> git at git.kde.org:websites/digikam-org
> <mailto:git at git.kde.org:websites/digikam-org>) for those with
> dev access that's what i used to clone.
> It was an empty repo. I've initialized it with a copy of the
> .commit-template from kdelibs, and I've pushed, so first
> commit should be in.
> Dmitri, Mica or I would be happy to help you with writing
> content - we'll probably also write a meta post somewhere
> detailing the steps to take and how to use the new system (I
> did somethign similar with http://www.gimp.org/about/meta
> Yes, exactly. This is a good idea to resule well the procedure to
> maintain contents in Hugo web site.
> Gilles Caulier
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