Hi again :)
wasn't effective anymore. I'll probably go on using it myself, since =20
I don't have any other way of hiding addresses.
On 07/08/2007, at 5:26 AM, Benno Schulenberg wrote:
> Clytie Siddall wrote:
>> Now I think about it (duh), my team would really like to have our
>> projects page listed wherever possible. [...] I'd much rather
>> display that, than a personal website. How about a Team Website
>> field instead?
> This possibility already exists. In the first little table on each
> team site, you can have any info or links displayed that you like.
> (Well, within reason -- no links to chocolate factories! :)
I don't suppose Cadbury really need the advertizement...
Thanks, Benno. It's good to have that link there.
>> Meanwhile, please use
>> as my website address: that's our project page.
> Added to the top table. Your personal website link is unchanged.
> (That team site needs an update, by the way: it still points to
> umontreal as the TP site.)
Thanks for the reminder. I've just updated the links.
>> I am happy for my email address to be accessible, as long as it
>> is obfuscated. I particularly like it being possible for the
>> viewer to click on the translator's name in the file list, to
>> make contact, not having to scroll right up to the top again,
> Well, if you give up the personal website link, your name will have
> an (obfuscated) mailto tag everywhere. (Where your name is listed
> as team leader, it is shown in cleartext, as leaders should be more
> easily reachable.) If you give in, I will send you two bars of the
> finest Verkade 76% black chocolate. :)
Bribery and corruption. :D
I have no personal investment in the personal website link: I tend to =20=
fill in any fields that are available, as long as the information =20
requested isn't private. I love surveys with tick-boxes. Radio =20
buttons aren't as much fun, for some reason. But I digress...
Please remove the website link if you think it is a good idea. =20
Chocolate or no chocolate (this is the height of self-abnegation!!).
from Clytie (vi-VN, Vietnamese free-software translation team / nh=C3=B3m =
Vi=E1=BB=87t h=C3=B3a ph=E1=BA=A7n m=E1=BB=81m t=E1=BB=B1 do)