wiki.koffice.org/krita > community.kde.org/krita
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Tue Jul 13 08:31:18 UTC 2010
2010/7/13 Thomas Zander <zander at kde.org>:
> On Monday 12. July 2010 22.33.30 Ingo Malchow wrote:
>> 2010/7/12 Jos Poortvliet <jospoortvliet at gmail.com>:
>> > On Friday 09 July 2010 17:04:15 Jaroslaw Staniek wrote:
>> >> On 9 July 2010 13:06, Cyrille Berger <cberger at cberger.net> wrote:
>> >> > On Friday 09 July 2010, Boudewijn Rempt wrote:
>> >> >> Hi,
>> >> >>
>> >> >> I've been told at Akademy that the right place for a
>> >> >> developer/community scratchpad is community.kde.org, so I've moved
>> >> >> our pages there. This also has the advantage of being maintained by
>> >> >> kde, plus it is easier to get an account.
>> >> >>
>> >> >> Please consider wiki.koffice.org/Krita to be deprecated from now on,
>> >> >> use http://community.kde.org/Krita.
>> >> >
>> >> > Shouldn't we move the whole koffice wiki too ?
>> >> While there are advantages you pointed to, I also see now three
>> >> permanent usability problems: unlike on the original wiki, links are
>> >> not underlined by default and get nearly black colour and optically
>> >> it's even more a problem for 'visited' link colour. Also, width does
>> >> not resemble design of wikipedia, making it suboptimal for purposes of
>> >> 'technical scratchpad'.
>> >> Also, mediawiki namespaces are disabled, so searching for "icons"
>> >> keyword but only for kexi is hard to perform.
>> >> Even if enabled, user would have to reset the namespace selection e.g.
>> >> to 'main' from 'kexi' when looking for kexi-related things and set it
>> >> again to 'main' when looking e.g. for akademy-related things.
>> >> These are my notes as mediawiki web sites admin.
>> > Hmmm, certainly good points. Maybe the current team running
>> > community.kde.org would be happy with your expertise?
>> Guys, you are giving me a really hard time! :D _right_ at the moment
>> we are working on the new mediawiki theme for the kde wikis...
>> This involves maany changes, basically looking like the kde main site,
>> but with fluid layout and some adjustments to better fit the wiki
>> As for the namespaces, didn't check that yet, not sure why they were
>> disabled in first place. Will do.
>> Then, techbase and community are soon to be updated, the whole
>> codebase is very well outdated... Luckily userbase already is updated,
>> now the 3 wikis (and one more) need to be glued together again. Only
>> limitation: the manpower...
>> But like always, you can't be fast enough, someone is always faster to
>> request it :P
>> Anyway, thanks for the hints, will be considered.
> For the upgrade, may I request dropping the fixed-width layout? That alone
> makes me not want to use the sites as its just a pain to write text (especially
> code examples) for a site that is fixed width.
> Another reason for not using fixed width is that the sites will be more readable
> on portable devices that tend to have a different display sizes.
> Looking forward to the upgrade :)
> Thomas Zander
Though it was a surprise, yes, it is already non-fixed width in our
testing style. :)
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