Help us with curating store.kde.org
scott at spharvey.me
Thu Jul 19 19:52:51 BST 2018
Although I haven’t (yet) committed to helping out on this project, I’m still offering my opinions.
Personally, I wouldn’t like to see the store curators judging the submissions on quality. Our personal tastes might influence our decisions. It would be like an art museum curator not displaying a work because he doesn’t think anyone would like it.
I think the curators should focus on keeping the store clean of things that _don’t work_, look out for obvious copies of other people’s code, etc.
If someone puts up something that’s “stupid” or worthless, it’ll get voted down by other users. My own two Plasmoids are hovering at exactly 2.5 stars each. Maybe they’re not so useful after all. :D
On Jul 19, 2018, 1:14 PM -0500, Nicolas Fella <nicolas.fella at gmx.de>, wrote:
> I'd like to offer my help as well :)
> Specifically I'd like to ensure that only content of decent quality and
> of actual worth to the user are available in the store, e.g. by
> suggesting/requesting changes to the author.
> On 16.07.2018 11:39, Dan Leinir Turthra Jensen 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
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