[Kde-extra-gear] [Kst] Entry for kst on kde.org/applications (was: Re: This list and associated website will be ending in one week)
Friedrich W. H. Kossebau
kossebau at kde.org
Wed Mar 2 23:13:25 UTC 2016
any chance you could propose a JSON file with the content you would like to
see for kst?
Am Samstag, 13. Februar 2016, 10:55:50 CET schrieb Friedrich W. H. Kossebau:
> Hi Barth,
> thanks for joining :)
> Am Freitag, 12. Februar 2016, 12:13:42 CET schrieb Barth Netterfield:
> > Hi, Friedrich
> > The Link extragear.kde.org/apps/kst/ can die, but we would really like to
> > keep our current page at kst.kde.org (and, it turns out,
> > kst-plot.kde.org).
> > It is the apps main page, and where we send everyone. Is this possible?
> > I really don't know how we came to have our own subdomain, but it is nice
> > :-)
> Sure, that subdomain and similar ones are not going to be touched here, and
> can (and should) be used to send people to for a real maintained homepage.
> Only extragear.kde.org is going to be put to rest finally here.
> > We are happy to also have a page at kde.org/applications, and I can send
> > you a json for it. BUT: these pages seem to be rather limited, and not
> > the main page of most applications. The existing kde.org/application
> > pages should at least also link to the application's main page.
> There is a "homepage" entry possible in the JSON description for that
> purpose. E.g. used for Marble (who also have their marble.kde.org
> subdomain): https://www.kde.org/applications/education/marble
> KStar's entry could and should be updated then.
> > I am not sure what the purpose of that page is, except to know that the
> > application exists. There is no way of knowing how to install the
> > application, etc.
> Those pages below kde.org/applications can be considered something like a
> catalog of all apps developed in the kde.org community, providing the most
> important info on a quick look, with a consistent layout for quick access.
> (Agreed that they surely can be improved a little here and there, but that
> is a different issue, to be tackled as an independent step).
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