[KPhotoAlbum] KPhotoAlbum on UserBase
Jesper K. Pedersen
blackie at kde.org
Thu Oct 7 07:57:16 BST 2010
Hi, anyone who will review these pages? I'd prefer using my sparse time on
If you have any questions to specific parts of the pages then I'd gladly
answer them on the IRC channel
On Tuesday 05 October 2010 13:33:04 Anne Wilson wrote:
> There are now more than 200 application pages on UserBase that are being
> translated into a variety of languages. However, before that can happen
> work has to be done on pages to prepare them. As I work my way down the
> list I came to KPhotoAlbum. To be honest, I had thought that the project
> was discontinued, so I'm delighted to see that it isn't. However, the
> pages on UserBase are quite old, so almost certainly badly out of date.
> What is needed
> There are a bunch of pages - none of them long - and it would help if
> volunteers would take one page each, say, and bring it up to date. The
> pages are
> http://userbase.kde.org/KPhotoAlbum_FAQ (fairly long)
> There is also http://userbase.kde.org/Image_Kimdaba on which I had done the
> preparation work before realising that the page is so out of date that
> maybe it needs deleting.
> Benefits to KPhotoAlbum
> As the language translation system is gaining momentum, you will rapidly
> see new language pages evolving. UserBase is using the Special:myLanguage
> extension, which means that anyone reading in any language other than
> English will be directed to pages in their own language wherever such
> pages exist.
> We also have the capability to export for use by the DocBook creation team.
> Some applications have found it convenient to build their documentation on
> UserBase, with a view to having easier maintenance of documentation which
> is easily passed to the i10n team.
> If we are to keep the KPhotoAlbum subpages I'd want to move them into
> structure consistent with the rest, for instance, KPhotoAlbum_on_Windows
> would become KPhotoAlbum/Windows.
> I'd welcome both help and comments. If there are specific things that the
> project would appreciate, please tell me, either here or by visiting
> Thanks for reading ;-)
Having trouble finding a given image in your collection containing
thousands of images?
http://www.kphotoalbum.org might be the answer.
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