Help us with curating store.kde.org

Dan Leinir Turthra Jensen admin at leinir.dk
Tue Jul 17 08:01:44 BST 2018


It will be, yes. Initially we can simply mark it to not show up on Plasma 
clients (that is what the two patches linked from the task here are about: 
https://phabricator.kde.org/T6133 ). Later we will be able to add dependency 
and version information, but for now we can simply mark the things that are 
not useable from the Get New X dialogues. Indeed, that is an important part of 
the curating process: The data will still be visible on the website, but with 
those patches we become able to hide things that don't make sense in e.g. 
Plasma :)

On Monday, 16 July 2018 21:20:44 BST Scott Harvey wrote:
> Will it be possible to curate-separate things that are not compatible
> with Plasma 5? There's a lot of ancient stuff out there that's 10 years
> old and really shouldn't show up as available in the KNewStuff offerings
> for Plasma 5.13. Icon sets are the most visible example.
> 
> On 07/16/2018 11:17 AM, Dan Leinir Turthra Jensen wrote:
> > On Monday, 16 July 2018 17:01:59 BST Nate Graham wrote:
> >> I would like to be a moderator!
> >> 
> >    Hi Nathan, and thanks for stepping up! :D Do you have an
> >    opendesktop.org
> > 
> > account, and in that case could you send me the ID, so we can get you set
> > up with the right rights? :)
> > 
> >> It might be a good idea to post this
> >> publicly somewhere too; I've encountered a number of KDE users who have
> >> asked how they can help clean up store.kde.org content.
> >> 
> >    Not a bad idea at all, there! :) I'm pondering on doing a blog post on
> >    the
> > 
> > topic, so i might just go ahead and do that ;)
> > 
> >> We could even make
> >> this a new entry point on https://community.kde.org/Get_Involved.
> >> 
> >    Ooh... Yes, perhaps that first, then blog post pointing to it :)
> >> 
> >> Nate
> >> 
> >>   ---- On Mon, 16 Jul 2018 02:39:25 -0700 Dan Leinir Turthra Jensen
> >> 
> >> <admin at leinir.dk> wrote ----
> >> 
> >>   > Hello chums :)
> >>   > 
> >>   >   One of the challenges of having a library of resources is to
> >>   >   maintain
> >>   >   it
> >>   > 
> >>   > clean of spam and in general any content that doesn't comply with
> >>   > what we
> >>   > want to have there.
> >>   > 
> >>   >   The software running store.kde.org recently gained the possibility
> >>   >   to
> >>   >   have a >
> >>   > 
> >>   > group of people who can moderate contents and reviews.
> >>   > 
> >>   >   This is a call for action for those of you would like to contribute
> >>   >   to
> >>   >   KDE
> >>   > 
> >>   > by helping to make sure our users have the best resources selection
> >>   > available, free of worry to find undesired contents.
> >>   > 
> >>   >   Please reply if you'd like to help, either with the store as a
> >>   >   whole,
> >>   >   or
> >>   > 
> >>   > even just a specific category, and we will see together what's the
> >>   > best
> >>   > way to proceed.
> >>   > 
> >>   >   Thank you! :D
> >>   > 
> >>   > --
> >>   > ..dan / leinir..
> >>   > http://leinir.dk/


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