[Slackbuilds-users] for christmas.... i would like...
arkadiusz at drabczyk.org
Tue Dec 26 00:35:38 UTC 2017
On Mon, Dec 25, 2017 at 12:30:34PM -0800, King Beowulf wrote:
> On 12/24/2017 01:45 PM, Fernando Lopez wrote:
> > how about we implement screenshots for every package in the slackbuilds
> > site? :D
> > --
> What I want for Christmas is for everyone to stop worrying about what
> they want for Christmas...but that is another rant for another place...
> SBo does not need screenshots. These are usually available on the
> source homepage link. If SBo hosts images, if it will require storage
> and maintenance of our poor overworked admins; if links, then we need to
> monitor the links for freshness as the living web evolves. SBo is not a
> forum or social media site. Go there to post your app pics.
> Let's keep SBo clean, neat and simple in the true KISS philosophy.
> Improvements that may be far more useful:
> 1. An update page to fix keywords without needing to bother admins or
> re-upload the buildscript.
> 2. Add a line in the HOW-TO and FAQ to remind people to read the README.
> Seems obvious, but I will just have to smack the next person upside the
> head if he ask me the same Q answered in the README again.
> 3. Gis on the Repository page should be GIS.
> 4. Add 'approved' link to submission page.
> 5. This may be more trouble than its worth for the submission page, but
> I have a large monitor with plenty of white space: when clicking on
> 'pending' also show 'approved' in a second column.
6. I've got another one - it would nice if it was officially allowed
to contribute by sending a PATCH directly to the mailing list instead
of using the submission form. As many (most?) of use git to track
slackbuilds.org it would just be enough to use `git-send-email' or
`mutt -H' and be done with it. It would be much faster and easier. I
remember we were sending PATCHES once when Slackware 14.2 was about to
be released or soon afterwards, I also sent one. Anyway, I use
sbosubmit written by Andrzej Telszewski but sending patches directly
would be even better.
Arkadiusz Drabczyk <arkadiusz at drabczyk.org>
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