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Thu Sep 25 22:39:58 CEST 2008
Minh Ha Duong írta, 2008-09-25 22:23 keltezéssel:
> I created Template:ApplicationBox and used it for a couple of entries in the
> Applications page to show how it works.
> Comments ?
I think there is a little misunderstanding.
You made a template for for the application list, but I think earlier we
discussed having a template on the applications own page. Like for example:
The side box with image. That would be on the page of the application
itself, if it has an article.
Of course it's great to have both!
Here is how I see applications now:
I created categories and moved articles (all according to
freefdesktop.org, I even added the list of subcategories to every
category's description, so user can easily decide what to find/put there).
I updated your original
added sections and one line description. I think now it fits the
requirement we set for usefulness of list pages.
I think we should put this in place of
and move those templated, designed, detailed descriptions to pages like
(I renamed "Browser") :
These will be then templated too.
About the template itself: I don't think it need so many borders and
lines. But we can change any time, so no problem.
About template content: it looks cool. What happens if we want to add a
new field later? Is that possible without the need of updating all uses?
What do you think?
Now, I think we will work with appearances of some applications. 2
appearances of all applications. (2 for those which does not have a full
We need to decide which info to put on which. The short list, name,
direct link to page, description, link to list pages per section.
The template you made: longer description, link to page, link to
homepage, availabilty. package name. These are needed, because we must
take into consideration that many programs won't have a more detailed page.
What goes to the application page? We leave them all different for now?
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