[OSGeoLive] Quick starts status update (Google Season of Docs)
roelandtn.pro at gmail.com
Mon Oct 7 00:10:40 PDT 2019
Thanks for working on this and asking things !
For the Sphinx markup, I don't have a good response. I did like it was made
as it is part of the process.
But this can be questioned !
For your comments, if you don't want to change code and make a PR, fill an
issue in Trac so we can comment on it.
Trac is our main issue tracker so I think that it is better to fill your
projects tickets there too.
Le lun. 7 oct. 2019 à 06:57, Felicity Brand <felicitybrand at gmail.com> a
> Hello all,
> I've been working on the Quick Start template and there are a couple
> of questions I wanted to ask.
> I have come across the Sphinx markup :guilabel: and :menuselection:
> What do we gain by using these? It seems to me something extra to
> type. I understand we can then render them a particular way, but if
> it's just going to be rendered bold it feels like more effort than
> it's worth. But please let me know if I'm missing something in my
> understanding here. Do we want to continue using this convention?
> I'd like some guidance on my process next.
> At a previous meeting, we agreed that the best way for me to give
> feedback would be GitHub comments. I think I need to raise a PR in
> order to be able to comment on the code. But I didn't intend on making
> any changes...so I'm not sure what would go in my PR. Unless I make
> some kind of nominal change that we all agree on beforehand? I suppose
> we'll want a PR per project quick start - so that would be maybe 50
> PRs. Is that cool with everyone?
> My intention was to also create about 50 trac tickets, one for each
> project. These would include the details of my rating score of the
> quick start and perhaps a link to the relevant GitHub PR. I thought it
> would be appropriate to have trac as well as GitHub so that anyone
> could look at the trac ticket and pick up from there. What do folk
> think about that?
> I'm not ready to start any GitHub work yet, but I wanted to get
> discussion on this rolling so that I know what to do when that time
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