RFC: Moving RSIBreak to KDEUtils?
toma at kde.org
Tue Jul 21 19:34:24 BST 2009
Op Tuesday 21 July 2009 01:09 schreef u:
> Mardi, le 21 juillet 2009, à 00:26, Tom Albers a écrit:
> > Op Sunday 19 July 2009 20:01 schreef u:
> > > Hm. This is a move not described in the Application Life Cycle on
> > > Techbase, so it is not possible. Just kidding ;) We might need to add a
> > > section about such moves, then. I think all the conditions for moving
> > > into kdereview should be satisfied/rechecked, besides one can skip the
> > > review phase in kdereview and move directly.
> > > Manual in docbook format? Check.
> > > i18n? Check.
> > > Krazy reports? Hm, there are some issues*. So if you find some time...
> > > But I see nothing grave which should stop a move.
> > >
> > > *
> > > http://englishbreakfastnetwork.org/krazy/reports/extragear/utils/rsibreak
> > >/index html
> > Fixed most of them.
> > We should add somehting to the Lifecycle page indeed. This is a good start.
> Also moves from extragear to the main modules should happen before the (hard)
> feature freeze I think. Well reasoned exceptions are expected, but let's have
> the guidelines about how it should be, no?
> As the Lifecycle page is mostly your work, are you going to add this section
> there? Or should I go and try myself?
Ha! If you ask it like this ;-) I can proofread if you add a section to it....
> Regarding the addition to the module's website http://utils.kde.org/ :
> RSIBreak already has it's own very good website at rsibreak.org
> Should I just add RSIBreak to the left-side menu and the pictured overview on
> the homepage at utils.kde.org and link directly to rsibreak.org ? Or would
> you like to have also the standard pages for info, documentation, development
> and contact, which would at least from the documentation page link to
You can point to rsibreak.org directly. I'll maintain that site and keep it up to date, so just to keep the info at one place, it seems best to link directly to there.
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