Konqi connects to the internet. Contents 1 Introduction 2 Getting involved 2.1 Coding 2.2 Discussion about kde websites 3 Documentation 3.1 Setting up kde.org or other capacity based website on your computer 3.2 Documentation for MediaWiki 3.3 Documentation for the Jekyll theme 3.4 Documentation for the cdn export (webpack) 3.5 Documentation for Capacity 3.6 Working with Wordpress on kde.org 4 Themes 5 Site Maintainance 6 Meetings 7 The Team 8 Sub projects Introduction KDE hosts a variety of websites, from the highly dynamic to info, documentation, and promotional sites. Volunteering involves very different aspects ranging from: writing content moderating in the forum coordinating announcements staying in contact with KDE developers to be aware of latest changes administering dynamic sites like forum, wikis watching out for spammers in those enhancing functionality of the codebase styling/designing the look of our sites etc etc The web team works closely with the promo and the sysadmin teams to make sure that KDE has a nice-looking and functional web presence. Getting involved Coding There are a variety of options to get involved. KDE websites use either its own framework (Capacity, see below), or one of the well known frameworks around the web. This includes: MediaWiki Jekyll Drupal phpBB GOsa WordPress Redmine and more KDE's web needs steadily change, and there is always room for coders who are able to contribute HTML, CSS or PHP. Note Capacity is about to become deprecated, as the main site is being prepared for a move to WordPress Drupal to be decided Discussion about kde websites IRC channel: #kde-www Matrix channel: #kde-www Mailinglist: kde-www See http://kde.org/mailinglists/ for details Documentation Setting up kde.org or other capacity based website on your computer In order to do any development you will want to have a local version of the websites to test before committing. The instructions for how to set this up are here: Local Website Setup. Documentation for MediaWiki KDE's MediaWiki instance are using the family setup. The theme is located at Aether-mediawiki gitlab and the extensions are the following: ConfirmEdit DocumentationTags Contribution_Scores DynamicPageList_(third-party) EmbedVideo ImageMap ParserFunctions MassEditRegex LiquidThreads SpamBlacklist TitleBlacklist UserMerge Interwiki Matomo Nuke And the translation bundle Documentation for the Jekyll theme You can find the documentation for the Jekyll theme in the project README and a Tutorial is available at KDE.org/Jekyll. Documentation for the cdn export (webpack) The code is available at websites/aether-sass. Websites using this theme: The wikis: userbase, techbase and community kde.org/applications kde.org Documentation for Capacity The current default framework for many *.kde.org domains is the /media-framework, aka Capacity. Any documentation about this should go here: Setting up a staging vhost Capacity HOWTO KDE.org/kde.org-menu Warning Probably outdated content below Working with Wordpress on kde.org Note: this is not reflective of the current state of kde.org but will be helpful once kde.org has been ported to neverland and wordpress. Wordpress Help Discussion for a new site here Themes Neverland Site Maintainance Status of our *.kde.org domains International German kde site KDE India website Meetings September 2008 Meeting Outline wiki meeting in june 2009 website meeting at GCDS 2009 The Team See here Sub projects /KDE Forums - KDE Community Forums /Season - KDE Student Programs Retrieved from "https://community.kde.org/index.php?title=KDE.org&oldid=86583" Category: KDE Web Team This page was last edited on 4 November 2019, at 08:43. Content is available under Creative Commons License SA 4.0 unless otherwise noted.