[kde-community] stackexange site for krita

Rick.Timmis Rick.Timmis at Abazander.com
Thu May 14 06:25:19 UTC 2015






Sent from my Dragon 32Carl Symons <carlsymons at gmail.com> wrote:On 05/13/2015 06:02 PM, Scott Petrovic wrote:
> I started configuring the Q&A site plugin.
>
> https://answers.kde.org/
>
> You can search for questions or add your own. One issue I am having with
> this plug-in is you cannot filter by category(product) before you ask a
> question. All of the different products get lumped together in the same
> search. For the questions I made, typing in "transform" will bring up
> questions in multiple products. There is no way to tell what product a
> question belongs to currently.
>
> Out of the solutions that I have found, I haven't seen a Q&A site
> solution that is designed in the direction we were going (select a
> category, then ask a question). Does anyone else have any thoughts?
>
> Scott
>

My first thought is that this is not ready for general KDE Q&A. The plan 
was to get the wrinkles out with Krita, using this as a pilot (and dev 
site). People need to know that it is likely that there will be major 
tweaks, as well as the possibility that all the data may disappear.

I agree with you Scott. I would expect to be able to look for questions 
dealing with Krita and not get other products. It doesn't work like I 
thought it would.

Carl

Hi 

I think the Ajax type ahead search might be the cause of the problem. I don't think it will work well with lots of data and results. Also it is most likely not honouring the category selected. Can it be turned off ? 

I really like this as a starting point, clean, simple and the categories are perfect for KDE Applications.

Support for wildcard entries would be good too.

So far I like it

Rick
>
>
> On Mon, May 11, 2015 at 2:23 AM, Boudewijn Rempt <boud at valdyas.org
> <mailto:boud at valdyas.org>> wrote:
>
>     --
>     Boudewijn Rempt | http://www.valdyas.org | https://www.krita.org
>
>     On Wed, 6 May 2015, Luca Beltrame wrote:
>
>         Boudewijn Rempt wrote:
>
>         Hello Boudewijn,
>
>         first of all thanks for replying.
>
>             model. The forum encourages discussion and sharing work,
>             while here we
>             want to have a question per topic, answers, and a kind of
>             game system
>
>
>         Do you think that such a way would be better suited for Krita? I
>         ask because at least in the forums I man (not Krita, you guys
>         are too good at it yourselves ;) I see (still occasionally
>         though) other users stepping in and giving advice (this is most
>         evident in the Plasma 5 forum).
>
>
>     Well, as I said, it's mostly a different kind of interaction, so
>     what I want is give users what they're expecting: a forum for
>     wide-ranging discussion-type interaction and a q&a site for
>     questions and answers. The one doesn't replace the other.
>
>
>         OK, that's not the level of involvement I'd like to see, but
>         it's a start.
>
>             where answers can be upvoted or downvoted and marked as
>             correct. And then
>             the site must be easily searchable.
>
>
>         This last sentence warrants some additional questions: what are
>         issues w/search?
>
>
>     It's a matter of how google indexes stuff, I'd say.
>
>     Boudewijn
>
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