Update of the metainfo.yaml file of all the frameworks
Albert Astals Cid
aacid at kde.org
Wed Aug 13 12:41:29 UTC 2014
El Dimecres, 13 d'agost de 2014, a les 14:20:58, Aleix Pol va escriure:
> On Wed, Aug 13, 2014 at 12:29 PM, Denis Steckelmacher <steckdenis at yahoo.fr>
> > On 08/13/2014 12:14 PM, Luigi Toscano wrote:
> >> On Wednesday 13 of August 2014 11:30:48 Denis Steckelmacher wrote:
> >>> Hi,
> >>> Yesterday, api.kde.org has been updated so that it displays a bit more
> >>> information about the frameworks, including code snippets telling the
> >>> user how to add a framework to his/her CMakeLists.txt or .pro file.
> >> How is the email address of the maintainer generated?
> >> kdoctools/metadata.yml for example shows my identity username (ltoscano)
> >> but I
> >> don't own ltoscano at kde.org as shown on
> >> http://api.kde.org/frameworks-api/frameworks5-apidocs/
> >> kdoctools/html/index.html
> >> What are the fields needed to specify the links previously on the README
> >> file?
> >> KDocTools has a different IRC channel and an additional mailing list, for
> >> example.
> >> Ciao
> > Hi,
> > The e-mail is currently generated by appending "@kde.org" after the
> > maintainer name. If this is not correct, you can put a full e-mail address
> > in "maintainer" and it will be used. I don't know if "maintainer" is used
> > somewhere else, though, so maybe having an e-mail address there is not
> > acceptable. If it is the case, then I can update kapidox so that the
> > "maintainer_email" key is used when present.
> > Regarding the IRC channel and the mailing list, this information could
> > also be added to the metainfo.yaml file of projects having specific IRC
> > channels or mailing lists. We can discuss how the corresponding keys
> > should
> > be named ("mailinglist" and "irc" for instance), and whether multiple
> > values should be possible (does a framework has several mailing lists, and
> > are the project-specific mailing lists meant to replace
> > kde-frameworks-devel or to be used in addition to it?)
> > Denis
> It's not correct, the name you're using is the identity.kde.org identifier,
> the correct solution would be to query identity.kde.org and fetch the name
> and e-mail from there.
If querying identity.kde.org is too hard you can always query
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