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Month: December 2011

Re: [trinity-devel] RSS Feeds

From: Darrell Anderson <humanreadable@...>
Date: Mon, 19 Dec 2011 13:30:51 -0800 (PST)
> >> In the (let's hope not far) future, yes. And I'd
> like to see something
> >> like planetkde for trinity.
> >
> > that would be nice, yes :)
> > however, depends on:
> > -       are there some people in the trinity
> community who run an rss-enabled blog
> > for pickup by a 'planet-like' feed aggregator (e.g.
> >
> Me? And I could write about what I'm working on.
> > -       if so, who could implement this on trinity
> web site ? (Calvin ?)
> Why not? Or yet better, implement some really small cms for
> our site.
> Something that will allow us to create/change it's contents
> without
> actually messing with actual site code.

I don't know the technical requirements for offering an RSS feed. As a user, I can offer that the lack of news from Trinity is unsettling. :(

We have a News section on the web site and eventually we should use that same text for an RSS feed.

Even if the news is not yet available through RSS, outsiders should see some sort of life at the News section of the web site. A two sentence announcement is sufficient to show movement.

We should release SOMETHING no less than a monthly basis. Users should know we are doing something other than cleaning the lint from our belly buttons. :)

Yes, the big moment now is everybody waiting for GIT to become publicly available and the completion of the renaming project. Thereafter a weekly news bite announcement or two through RSS that particular noticeable bugs have been resolved is a great way to show progress and movement.