mark.ziegler at rakekniven.de
Sun Feb 8 10:23:04 UTC 2009
Am Samstag, 7. Februar 2009 schrieb Celeste Lyn Paul:
> Is there a way to commit changes to usability.kde.org without using SVN?
> Can it get moved to a wiki or some other web-based CMS? The site is
> terribly out of date and I've tried getting my SVN password reset but it
> still isn't working. I would probably keep it more up to date (that is,
> update it more than once a year) if it was in a wiki or CMS. For a
> non-technical person like myself, a wiki or something else is so much
> better than having to commit changes via SVN.
And so we are back at discussions of september 2008.
For a dev svn is easy to use, but for people who are only interested in
managing content it is not suitable. IMHO we need to start using cms and we
need to go away from svn/php/Capacity.
kde-www receives a lot of patches and hints about outdated content. Everytime
you have to search svn for the location of pages, make changes check result
locally and then submit them. It is a waste of manpower in my eyes.
I made my first steps using mediawiki/Joomla/Drupal/Wordpress and Typo3
(reading book) within the last year and would offer my help to administrate
kde sms sites.
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