Currently we have 2 images in the gallery, which each were uploaded 3
times by the member (2 different members, afaict). I can't see any differences
between each set of 3. Should we address that via moderation? Or just leave it
Oooh....or could it have been an accident? If the website was running
slow, and they clicked the Publish button 2 more times, after the first click
did not seem to work -- could that have caused it?
If that's the case, then there's no question. We'll just delete the
I'm finally starting work on listing all the known external Inkscape
extensions (on the same page of Inkscape Community, where I have all the
tutorials listed). While we have gathered some info about some extensions,
regarding which version they work with and on which operating system (mostly I
suspect Maren gathered what we have, which looks like is only for 0.91, and
probably Linux), by and large that info is missing.
I'm just wondering if it's ok if I add a new item to the Community To-Do
List page of the website, asking for volunteer extensions testers. I can use
the info for the list I plan to finish creating and maintain on Inkscape
Community. And the info can be used as well, for the extensions which are
uploaded to the gallery.
If there are no objections, I'll go ahead an add it.
I've just noticed a request to become a moderator, by a member named
"InkScape Terms". Or just "Terms" for short. (https://inkscape.org/en/~Terms)
The member's description of themself consists of a link to the CoC.
Because Inkscape is spelled wrongly, with the uppercase S, it gives me
the impression it's a spam username. Otoh, the link to the CoC makes me wonder
if it's something created by a regular community member, for some reason which I
If it's the latter, someone please explain it to me, and I will go ahead
and approve the membership to the team. Or otherwise, I'll just decline it.
Personally I think it's a wannabe spammer, and it seems shocking how
deep spammers will surf, and search for a "way in". We've had equally as many
spammers trying to be moderators, as legitimate members! But I could be wrong.