[scribus] a scribus planet

a.l.e ale.comp_06 at xox.ch
Mon Dec 3 14:24:54 UTC 2012

On 12/3/12 3:03 PM, Gregory Pittman wrote:
> On 12/03/2012 01:35 AM, ale rimoldi wrote:
>> dear friends of scribus,
>> a few months ago i've announced that i would be working on a planet for
>> scribus.
>> i worked on it on our spare time, got lot of help from manuel for the
>> design who did a tremendous work!
>> and now here is the result:
>> http://impagina.org/planet/
>> i hope you like it! (and hope it won't struggle when more people will
>> be looking at it...)
>> it contains posts from about 10 different sources and there are a few
>> entries per day.
>> if you know of other feeds that should be in there, you're welcome to
>> provide them!
>> if you want to help out with php code, the project is stored on git hub
>> https://github.com/aoloe/scribus-planet
>> and the todo list is here:
>> https://raw.github.com/aoloe/scribus-planet/master/TODO.md
>> once the planet is a bit better tested and cleaned up, it would be nice
>> if this "small" script would make it to the scribus.net site...
> Very interesting! Almost too much to wrap my head around on first review.
> One thing I wonder: will there be links to connect to the original
> thread or the bug tracker, or wherever the content came from?

just click on the title :-)

i think that we could add a "read more" at the end...

and yes, much content for the first view... but it grows only by a few 
entries per day...
and you're not supposed to read everything (but i know: many people tend 
to read everything they get on the screen... or give up because that 
everything is too much)

i don't know what a good way to reduce the content would be... if 
anybody has a good proposal, don't hesitate to share it! :-)

i think that, by default, it would be a good idea to only show the 
content from the last 14/30 days...
(the idea being, that somebody could have a overview of what is 
happening on the scribus planet...)
and let scroll back through cached static html files...

thanks for the feedback!

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