2011/12/16 Calvin Morrison <mutantturkey@...>: > > > On 15 December 2011 20:19, Darrell Anderson <humanreadable@...> wrote: >> >> > A "apps" section, I think Darrell spoke about >> > this before. >> > >> > In fact, Darrell had a lot of good stuff and ideas for >> > simplifying the navigation of the website, they're >> > somewhere in the mail logs recently. >> >> Updating the web site is on hold until the GIT migration and file renaming >> projects are complete. Tim has the suggestions. I believe he will update the >> web site after the GIT and file renaming projects are complete. >> >> I'm still creating a basic apps description list. >> >> My two cents about the logo is I like the current logo with the gears and >> T. The logo shows our roots to KDE3 but maintains a separate identity. >> >> I am not concerned with goofballs misinterpreting what Trinity means. Just >> about any name can be perceived by fanatics as meaning something "sinister." >> >> One rabbi and one blogger have their heads stuffed where the sun doesn't >> shine. That is not a loss of market share. >> >> Tim has expended too much energy with the renaming project to begin anew. >> Not to mention the many places the word Trinity is used and also would need >> to be replaced. For example, all Handbook help files, About descriptions, >> etc. >> >> I'm aware of the various meanings but the name Trinity does not bother me. >> >> The proposed FAQ in etherpad explains the meaning, in the History section. >> The FAQ will become part of the updated web site. >> >> Darrell > > > > I vote to have the trinity website available in a git repository, making > more fluid website developement. Tim has cited concerns about website > security, but we could just not upload possible areas for harm. Anyone have > thoughts on this idea? I don't know anything about it, i never did it before. But seems like a nice idea.