Hi.. I want to contribute a map to trigger's repository. How can I do it ?
When is the website going to be up? Are there any other forums/mailing lists?
I also want to contribute new maps for this game. Please admins - set me as developer for project. Or if admins no longer administers this project - maybe this means that we need new admin for project ?
i want too, i have some new maps. Please admins, reactivate this project.
I've just sent an inquiry message to the project admin . Fingers crossed
I've added you all as developers. More maps are very welcome, thank you! Feel
free to remove yourself if you're no longer interested.
Unfortunately I no longer have the original web hosting that this project was
using, and I never seem to have time to set up a page on SourceForge. If
anyone would like to have a go please feel free. Let me know if you need extra
permissions - I'm not very familiar with SF.
i made a simple website http://qubodup.net/trigger-web/ . What do you think?
I created a new version :
added another screenshot and positioned both in a more direct way
removed feed links and instead rely on the user having a browser that supports "<head><link/></head>"-ing of feeds
use the icon that apparently has been created by debian managers, it doesn't seem to exist in trigger-rally svn
* links are 'normal' now (except dl link)
Perhaps we should import then the icon into SVN?
Several more comments:
- the link is only accessible to devels. We should replace it with , the Help forums.
I would also link to the tracker. What do you think of this: "Please use the forum to seek for help. You can report issues and request new features via the tracker."
We should also advertise the LInux binaries in Debian , Ubuntu and in our Ubuntu PPA which ships latest Trigger for most current Ubuntu releases.
The site looks great!
Yes, the site looks great, thank you! Are you able to upload it to the
sourceforge web space yourself?
+1 to all landroni's comments, particularly that we should promote using the
distro or PPA packages above the direct download link, so that users can
benefit from automatic updates.
I added the icon to svn.
Here's a new version :
Fixed the forum link. Whoops! It should link to the forums root anyway.
There are many Linux distributions, see some examples of "get the game"
instructions . NAEV has all the distro-links on its main page though . I don't
know what is better for the user who visits the site and wants to use his
distro's system to install trigger. For now, copying NAEV's style looks OK. If
we want to place instructions for different Linux distributions, we'll have to
think about where to place these.
I also updated the copyright line.
@ja-reiko: no, I don't seem to have access to any of that.
The 'naev' style looks just fine to me; we can change later if we want to. Now
the page looks ready to be published. I would only fix these:
- Gentoo is misspelled
- perhaps 'PPA' -> 'Ubuntu PPA'
PS We've just set-up a mailing list. We'll try to keep that as the main
channel for development-related discussions.
I fixed the two typos in v3. Should the ML also be linked?
To give me web access: Admin / Members / qubodup / Allow access to shell
server group space (i.e. web space) YES
qubodup, you are already enabled for shell access. Is it not working?
Yes, I would add the ML, too.
It's a lift-off!
Pardon the confusion, I only now figured out that I have to cd a bit to find
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