[CentOS-docs] Comments on draft TipsAndTricks/InstallWebminRepo page

Fri May 22 14:10:29 UTC 2009
Dag Wieers <dag at centos.org>

On Fri, 22 May 2009, Ralph Angenendt wrote:

> Dag Wieers wrote:
>> On Fri, 22 May 2009, Ralph Angenendt wrote:
>>> Ralph Angenendt wrote:
>>>> Ralph Angenendt wrote:
>>>>> Karanbir Singh wrote:
>>>>>> A 'whats new' section in a block, on the right side of the home-page,
>>>>>> perhaps push the screenshot up, and put this box in under that ( is one
>>>>>> option )
>>>>> <http://moinmo.in/MacroMarket/RecentlyCreatedPages>
>>>>> This will also show created HomePages, but I think we can live with
>>>>> that.
>>>> Check http://wiki.centos.org/RalphAngenendt/recent
>>> Don't you love when Threads just die like this? So what: Any opinions?
>> I think it's good. Although I have some remarks (as usual :-))
>>   - I would not limit the amount of entries by number, but rather in time.
>>     So that big contributors have more entries than small contributors.
> Ummm. Those are the last *created* pages. So people who create more
> pages do get more entries in there ... It's not about changed pages :)

Ok, I was a fool into thinking this were the contributed pages per 
person for the Homepages. To give credit.

>>   - I would by default add a header/title in that macro and maybe even add
>>     it by default to all Homepages (given that we know they are homepages)
>>     since I would prefer that a Homepage has a custom part, but also a
>>     standardized part.
> Okay, I don't understand what that has to do with a list of the last 5
> to 10 newly created pages on the FrontPage.

Nothing at all. Brain lapsus.

>> Which brings me to another point, wouldn't it be better if the Homepages
>> all went into /Users or something ? Instead of the root of the wiki ? Then
>> at least we could have a complete listing of all Homepages as index.
> Yes. And could take them out of the "New Pages" macro which isn't
> possible at the moment. Only problem I see: putting "RalphAngenendt" on
> a page automagically creates a link to /RalphAngenendt - that would need
> to be changed, too.

Right, you're the wiki master ;-)

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