Le 29/08/2016 à 15:21, Maren Hachmann a écrit :
> the only editor yesterday was frigory, and all existing languages have
> been 'edited' and published, so I guess there was some kind of accident.
Oh, yeah, I played with the Page Settings, trying to have identical data
on all languages. But I played with the website yesterday after 7 am,
time of my last edit, and I'm pretty sure it still worked…
Anyway, I'm here to fix.
> Unfortunately, the history of the page doesn't go back until your first
> edit yesterday, so reverting might not work as expected.
I thought reverting's always been a fake feature to make us believe that
Django CMS is something serious?
See the paragraph just above this section:
By the way, maybe it should be moved in ‘Known issues’?
> Unless Martin does a revert, I think it would be good if you could
> reinsert the things that have been lost (yeah, I know, it's a lot of
> work... :/ At least, that gives us a chance to also update Duarte's
Yes, and have absolute links starting with / instead of inkscape.org, so
that they also work on local instances (trying to be positive).
> Would you have the time to do that or would you like some help?
I have the time, yes. At first, I thought that the translators could
help too, but it's not really a lot of work, I just have to copy the
shield from the English page again and update the texts.
I don't know whether or not I'm responsible (that would be very weird)
but it seems that the shield tabs and banners have gone, leaving a blank
area on the homepage, both in draft and published versions:
Would somebody know why? Martin, are you working on it?
I have been working on a new extension called viewBox..., which is awaiting upload to the Inkscape addons gallery. It is available for preview here: http://ugajin.co.uk/sketchbooks/viewBox/viewBox/viewBox.html, with a bunch of supporting documents.
The problem is what to do with the supporting documents (I do not want to host them on ugajin.co.uk). Whilst, I may upload the extension files, without the supporting documents and/or providing a link to them, this seems to me to be the wrong approach.
The viewBox and its sibling attributes are one of those things, which are not be easily accessed in Inkscape, and those cutting their teeth writing SVG using Inkscape may benefit from the supporting documentation.
Thank you for considering matters.
Thanks to Sylvain, I saw on an french task list (1) that a clear
explanation of the difference between a bitmap/raster file and a vector one
was wanted for the website. I also read a part of the conversation on the
bug report page (2) (not everything as the discussion is quite long :) ).
If it's still on the todo list, I just wanted to mention that the Mapschool
page (3) has a short paragraph that explains the difference between both.
As it's licenced under CC0, it could be partly recycled for the Inkscape
I'm available to help on this topic, but as I don't really know where to
start, a quick heads-up would be appreciated!