The Fellowship wiki is up and running: help us improve it!
This is an overview of the tasks; for details see the Notes section and the individual task pages.
You can create a page for a new task using the button below. Just enter the name for the page and it will be automatically created as a subpage of this project page.
FSFE theme: translations are not available for most languages (see /Translations for details)
Tasks for users
Any user of the wiki can help with these:
Improving the wiki UserGuide page
Fix occurrences of www.fsfeurope.org URLs in wiki pages, replacing them with www.fsfe.org (the new preferred name for the FSFE site).
- Remember: this applies only to URLs of the FSFE website, not to email addresses or mailing list addresses/websites (if you are in doubt, try visiting the "fixed" URL and see if you get the intended content).
Migration of content from the current fsfe.org site: see the FellowshipHacks/Projects/ContentMigration page for the status.
If you had content in your personal page on the old Fellowship portal, you can copy it to the wiki: see the OldPortal page for details.
Page cleanup and reordering
Customised CSS for pages; useful things to know:
Templates: provide a template for the Fellows userpages and for Fellowship group pages, so it makes it easier to set them up
See http://www.moinmo.in/HelpOnTemplates for a start
- The Fellowship group template should have an initial section containing the following information
Fellowship coordinator: Date of meetings: Contact: Venue:
The section could be placed in a colored box; see the example class="red solid" on http://wiki.fsfe.org/HelpOnMoinWikiSyntax
Steal some good ideas from other sites implemented with moinmoin, see a list at http://www.moinmo.in/ (towards the end of the page)
Provide translations, if desired; see /Translations
Tasks for programmers
To help with these tasks you need some more skills, and perhaps access to the wiki server. If you think you can help with any of these, please write to <fellowship-hackers AT fsfeurope DOT org>.
Consider allowing accounts for /NonFellowUsers
multi-language support enable the moinmoin features for multiple languages
/Translations - the current approach to translating the theme
http://www.moinmo.in/HelpOnLanguages - standard help information
http://moinmo.in/MultipleLanguagesSupport - important information when writing pages
http://moinmo.in/FeatureRequests/ThisPageInOtherLanguages - implemented in the theme, currently
attention boxes: it should be possible to have different "blocks", e.g. one for citation, one for code examples, one for warnings, one for "this page needs style update", "needs extension", ... (e.g. https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SwitchingToUbuntu/FromWindows/TransferringFilesAndSetting, http://wiki.ubuntuusers.de/Qt, http://wiki.ubuntuusers.de/GTK_Engines)
Evaluate using the http://www.stopforumspam.com API to block spam registrations (Martin Gollowitzer did this with one of the scripts on fsfe.org)
FSFE theme: upper right user name links to "<username>" instead of "Fellows/<username>"
FSFE theme: heading relocation doesn't always do the right thing (see /Headings for discussion)
FSFE theme: translations are not correct for certain languages (see /Translations for discussion)
Hovering over FSFE logo on the left shows "FSFE Europe" instead of FSFE or "Free Software Foundation Europe"
Fix problem with docbook export
spell check There seem to be no "word files" installed. According to HelpOnSpellCheck, they should be in contrib/dict/. Could somebody install them? Or it could also be that data/cache/spellchecker.dict needs to be deleted.
I've installed dict files for main languages -- cri