kopete website

Pali Rohár pali.rohar at gmail.com
Tue Oct 14 21:20:06 UTC 2014

On Tuesday 14 October 2014 23:07:04 you wrote:
> Pali,
> Long time no see. How's it going? I see you've been fixing
> bugs and such in kopete lately and thought I'd shoot you an
> e-mail. I've been cleaning up svn websites folder migrating
> sites to git repos and such and kopete is one of the
> remaining few sites there.
> http://websvn.kde.org/trunk/www/sites/ and it's also terribly
> out of date. I wondered which of these options you'd prefer:
> 1. Close kopete.kde.org completely (user's can still find
> information about it from the userbase and www.kde.org
> application pages) 2. Keep kopete.kde.org and redirect it to
> the kopete userbase page or www.kde.org kopete application
> page.
> 3. Migrate kopete web content to git and update it to reflect
> kopete current status etc.
> I can help with any of these but wanted to ask which you
> prefer. I wont be updating the site content itself in anyway,
> you can do that or find someone else to do it, but I can do
> the migration. Let me know what you think.
> BR,
> Jeremy


I have never touched kopete website because I did not know how 
and also I did not have time for it. Even I did not know what 
website is in svn...

In last years I fixed lot of bugs in kopete and implemented some 
new options. You can see in kopete git that I regularly pushing 
changes. But I really do not have time for maintaining web site 
or something similar.

So I think the best would be to keep kopete.kde.org DNS record 
and redirect webpage to userbase.

I think there are 3 important things on kopete.kde.org webpage:

1) Pipes Plugin guide:

2) Chat window style guide:

3) Info about existence of KDE XMPP server:

I do not know if these two guides are somewhere else so this 
could be backup (or link from userbase?).

Pali Rohár
pali.rohar at gmail.com
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