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Month: February 2014

Re: [trinity-devel] Request for screen shots

From: "Timothy Pearson" <kb9vqf@...>
Date: Sun, 9 Feb 2014 18:04:23 -0600
> On 02/08/2014 07:23 PM, David C. Rankin wrote:
>> On 02/08/2014 05:57 PM, Darrell Anderson wrote:
>>> All,
>>> We are working on a new web site design. Work is in progress. At
>>> the moment I will share only that the new design looks great.
>> Please God, just html, PHP and a pinch of js/AJAX. No other funky latest
>> gee-whiz web-ui stuff.... Here's to praying :)
> and mariadb/mysql
> With your site redesign, I've posted before, regardless of distro, the
> archlinux
> website does the best job I've ever seen in integrating content, wiki,
> forum,
> package database, bug tracker and git in a seamless site footprint. The
> context
> sensitive search (package search, wiki search, etc..) is a really neat
> setup.
> The package part of the site is clean.
> If you are redoing the Trinity site, go visit and type
> 'kdebase' and look at the auto-search-suggestions, visit the package
> database,
> choose a package to view, the click "View Changes" in the top-right to
> visit the
> git interface, then (notice the consistent menubar that remains even when
> drilled down into git), click on the wiki menu at the top and type
> 'Trinity',
> and so on. It is well worth a visit for ideas and an example of a good,
> clean,
> consistent interface across all the modules that make up the site.
> Why is it so good? Answer: you do not have to know the site or arch to be
> able
> to intuitively navigate every module. Try finding a specific patch of the
> debian
> site if you don't know it -- you get the drift.
> If we are doing a new site, let's do it right.
> (and replace Foswiki with Mediawiki while we are at it :)

I am willing to do this (the donations over time have allowed sufficient
equipment to be purchased to properly handle a MediaWiki installation). 
Do I have any volunteers to migrate all the content over?