[Slackbuilds-users] for christmas.... i would like...
jebrhansen+SBo at gmail.com
Tue Dec 26 03:29:41 UTC 2017
7. Make it so the cursor defaults to the search box on the SBo homepage. So
many times I'll type out the address (or start typing and let autocomplete
finish it), hit enter to load the page, then start typing the program name
only to remember I need to grab the mouse and click on the search box
before I can type again.
A quick local test on my server with your homework code shows you can just
add autofocus="autofocus" inside the input tag for the search box.
Thanks for everyone involved with SBo, both the admins and maintainers.
Merry Christmas to all!
On Mon, Dec 25, 2017, 8:34 PM Willy Sudiarto Raharjo <
willysr at slackbuilds.org> wrote:
> > 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.
> We are talking about 2 different situations
> When 14.2 repository was developed, we had an open session where
> everyone is invited to submit patches to stabilize the repository. We
> can also add new scripts directly into git because later on we used the
> master branch to create what we called 14.2 repository now.
> Once a new repository has been released, the workflow goes back to the
> regular one where maintainers can push updates through git directly (if
> they have the privilege) or submission form. You can use git-send-email
> to send updates, but it would be best to send it directly to the
> maintainer instead of to the list (unless the maintainer isn't
> responding after some time) because maintainers may have their own
> reason NOT to update a script in the repository or they need more time
> to test whether the changes you made may break other scripts in the
> Let's keep the mailing list for discussions, not for sending mass
> patches just like linux-kernel mailing list :)
> If you don't have the privilege to push directly to our server, but you
> know GIT workflow, you can clone our repository and push it into your
> github/gitlab personal account and submit a (Pull/Merge) Request. I have
> done this method with some people and so far, it's working great.
> Note that you can only send updates to your scripts only, not others.
> Willy Sudiarto Raharjo
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