Any idea when it will be up again? It is not realy good advertisement to
have it down with the lauch of a new version. :-(
Also the http://download.opensuse.org/index.html is pretty confusing. I
would delete the last two rows or perhaps even the last three rows, or
just put up the anouncement there, because it is much clearer.
Now you don't see any information and what are the RC1_GM torrents?
Confusing for a beginner.
"Love is a snowmobile racing across the tundra and then suddenly it
flips over, pinning you underneath. At night, the ice weasels come."
-- Matt Groening
I would like to hear your opinion on this article:
It describes disk write test using dd that needs 4 GB of free space,
which I don't know how will end if one has lesser.
Overall it looks to me like someones cut and paste operation without
much idea what belongs to topic and what not.
I found it looking for uncategorized pages.
This brings up the question, do we have policy what to do if someone has
comment (objection, disagreement) on some article.
First paragraph on the french wiki main page sound a bit weird.
OpenSUSE est un programme communautaire mondial, sponsorisé par
[http://www.novell.com Novell], pour donner à tous et chacun un accès
facile et gratuit à SUSE Linux. Ici, sur openSUSE.org, vous trouverez
une communauté de développeurs et d'utilisateurs qui ont le même but en
tête : faire de SUSE la meilleure distribution Linux au monde.
If you are mentioning Summer of Code on the frontpage
of your localized wiki, please adjust it so that it reads
that we no longer accept applications, but that they
are currently being evaluated.
The frontpage of en.opensuse.org already is adjusted ;)
Hi, everyone. It's Saturday morning in Japan.
I have just renewed JA pages for downloading 10.1. Also
JA-Making_a_DVD_from_CDs for the new version.
I'm glad to enable Japanese users to spend the weekend getting 10.1 isos
and making a DVD from them.
http://jroller.com/page/Noniko (Broken English)
http://www.myblog.de/noniko (Schlechtes Deutsch)
I was wondering if some improvements in the "handling" and the layout
structure of the wiki can be made:
* email-notification: is it possible to add an option to get an email
alert when a page on my watch list is changed/deleted/moved etc.?
* Category-Layout: I noticed that there is a huge vertical gap that
makes the page look like it's actually an empty template. Of course once
you know that it's not empty, you can just scroll down, but occasional
visitors will get frustrated and leave before they even find out. Here's
an example: [http://en.opensuse.org/Category:Configuration]
* Language-bar(s): Is it possible to merge the "This page in [list of
languages]" Box on the right and the "Other Languages" section in the
left menu box to something less obtrusive? On some pages, like
[http://en.opensuse.org/Translation_Team], the right language box
interferes with the text (at least in Konqueror. Firefox renders it
different). And instead of having even more languages permanently listed
in the left menu box, something like a dropdown-menu with all the
available translations would be better.
* Internal links: Another thing I noticed about the left menu box: The
actual Information for users ("Use SUSE Linux") holds three links (of
which "Documentation" and "Support Database" should imho be merged
anyway). The other links add up to a total of 18 plus the languages.
Can't that be drastically reduced?
These are the things I noticed so far, but I'm sure I can come up with
more suggestions if you're interested ;)