From: Chris Cannam <cannam@al...> - 2008-04-30 15:04:25
SourceForge is back up now, so I've pulled across a few of the
existing wiki pages to the test wiki at
http://www.rosegardenmusic.com/wiki/. Please, register an account,
make some edits, report on how you find it. I like this wiki much
better than the one at SourceForge, but that might just be my taste
and/or network connection speed.
It's no problem to bring across the existing pages -- we only have 40
of them, few enough to do a bit of refining by hand after scripting
the bulk of the syntactic changes. I've done a few already, mostly
picking pages that test out a range of features. There's a conversion
script for the underlying wiki text formats at
http://www.rosegardenmusic.com/wiki/wiki-convert, though I don't mind
pulling over the rest of the pages myself.
Note that this wiki implementation is text file backed rather than
database backed, which should make backups simpler -- perhaps we could
even push them to Subversion regularly.
I am quite unsure about how well we will be able to cope with
spammers: that's the main unknown for me.
From: Chris Cannam <cannam@al...> - 2009-01-13 17:29:46
Anyone like to update the wiki so it reflects the actual status of the qt4 port?
I suggest that shortly we make a single page on there to list all the
bugs we run into -- things like "crashes when I open bank select
dialog", "terrible layout in widget X", some keypress that worked in
1.7 doesn't work any more, or whatever -- and then work from it like a
bug tracker, "claiming" bugs to work on by adding our initials on the
relevant line of the page.
Since there will be far more bugs than we can easily use a tracker
for, many of which will be quick fixes, but which we don't want to
lose sight of.
Right, I'm off now.
From: D. Michael McIntyre <rosegarden.trumpeter@gm...> - 2009-01-14 02:34:30
On Tuesday 13 January 2009, Chris Cannam wrote:
> Anyone like to update the wiki so it reflects the actual status of the qt4
Gave it a bit of a stab, and started the fake tracker page:
(We really need to go through and clean up the whole thing, as it has gotten
quite hard to find whatever you're looking for in the jumble of gibberish
without resorting to a look at the index page. Maybe someday. For now, this
D. Michael McIntyre