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Day 1



  • lqt can't be solved atm, the extension is not stable atm
  • instructions are changed for editing pages
  • testing anonymous edits and see if it works out to reach new contributions
  • sidebar is changed to reflect easier use
  • /en pages are finally fixed!!!!! (niklas)
  • slightly changed background/color (eugene)
  • translation memory fixed, learns from translators (niklas)
  • archived (NS "Archive") pages automagically gets a noindex & nofollow entry in the html header (niklas & matthias)


  • toma is evil, we plan to trash capacity in favour of joomla
  • new main site, reduce amount of blocks, new structure, new menu, new layout, less content on frontpage

Server side

  • stats set up on spider for capacity driven sites, needs to be watched for one month to see if the subdomains even make sense.

other issues

  • the webteam now has a logo, thanks to eugene
  • some cleaning up of the svn repos of kde websites

Day 2


  • Tidy up codetags - clarifying and defining use
  • Increasing visibility of help files - sidebar links
  • (Niklas) Moving pages including all translations - not possible to move before if a page had translations (new pages often have translations within 24 hours)
  • Work on new UserBase logo (Eugene)
  • New icon template (Claus) easily insert oxygen icons


  • Evil Toma is evil (still) - he trashes our plans again...
  • Evaluation of Joomla and Wordpress in test installations - will be tested in next week
  • Eugene works on new interface
  • Stu - compared new menu top old site - which pages can be copied over, where are new pages needed

KDE Subdomains

  • Further defined and blogged about rules for subdomains
  • Started looking at some of the stats of the sites

Tisch Fussball

  • Hans and Tom are currently winning 4-0 (against Ingo and Eugene)


  • We ate again, courtesy of Eugene. But the sausages had too much meat for British tastes

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