< KDE-WWWRevision as of 20:36, 11 January 2011 by Einar (talk | contribs) (Add myself (Luca Beltrame))(diff) ← Older revision | Latest revision (diff) | Newer revision → (diff) Contents 1 Who? 2 When and Where? 3 Attendees and Costs 4 Topics 4.1 General Web topics 4.2 Wiki Topics 4.3 UserBase Development 4.4 Promotion Who? Involved parties should include web developers/web artists, documentators, designers, sysadmins, promo people When and Where? Under discussion. Likely to be at LinuxHotel in Essen, probably in May. Attendees and Costs Please add yourself to the list below along with an estimation of the expected travel costs, and choose dates on our Doodle page Name Costs Need Accomodation Ingo Malchow 20€ No Aaron Seigo ~130€ Yes Emil Sedgh Yes Luca Beltrame €150-€180 Yes Topics General Web topics Implement a working communication bridge between promo, www, docu and sysadmins (mailinglist, contact persons documented?) Skin - Chihuahua 2 - in relation to all websites Aiming for consistency and ease of maintenance - creating templates, etc. Documentation relating to website design and maintenance Wiki Topics Liquid Thread display issues UserBase Development UserBase Help topics - check relevance, organisation and ease of access. Adopt a Project - elicit commitment to keep specific pages as up to date as possible. Develop a set of useful Dynamic Page Lists scripts for admins to gather statistics. Investigate creation of a UI to enable users to earch Main and Talk namespaces in more detail than currently possible. Create a Book - define needs for off-line documentation and write documentation to achieve it. Investigate special needs such as all pages in a specific language (how does Special:myLanguage affect this?) Promotion Discuss ways of rewarding/acknowledging contribution - separate for translations and English new material (stats are different). How to encourage developers and Forum admins to point users to UserBase articles? Retrieved from "https://community.kde.org/index.php?title=KDE-WWW/WebWorld2011&oldid=8361" Content is available under Creative Commons License SA 4.0 unless otherwise noted.