KDE Websites and how to handle them

Anne Wilson cannewilson at googlemail.com
Tue Aug 4 17:47:41 UTC 2009

On Tuesday 04 August 2009 17:38:21 Ingo Malchow wrote:
> Hello,
> more and more i am getting the impression that people just don't know how
> and where to look for information. So i'd like to raise a new kde-www
> meeting, this way we should be able to finally discuss what to do about it.
> So, it would be nice, if all interested persons could come together, like
> last year.
> As an example, i was asked how to apply to an svn account. The site in
> question exists, sure, but somehow it needs to handled better. The above is
> only an example of my latest experiences .We see such things regularly also
> in the forums, where people are not sure how to report bugs or do things
> that, after all, are documented. So, let us finally do some discussion on
> the overall kde sites.
There was a sprint in Berlin last month, but it was immediately before 
Akademy, so I was not able to go.  I would definitely like to be involved in 
anything like this, with userbase in mind.

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