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Re: [opensuse-project] oSC - Track list when editing a talk

Am Dienstag, 15. März 2016, 10:33:16 CET schrieb Henne Vogelsang:
On 14.03.2016 19:54, Christian Boltz wrote:
when I edit one of the talks I submitted for the conference, there's
a dropdown "Track" that lists the subconferences (Kolab, SUSE Labs
etc.), but not the main openSUSE Conference.

a) is that intentional?

Sort of. Nobody created tracks. I have added some 'standard' ones now.

OK, thanks!

b) if yes, is "leave blank" the correct option for talks that are
for the main openSUSE Conference?

You can, but you don't have to, set a track. Choose what you think
fits best now.


BTW: It would be nice to get the "submit new talk" and "edit talk"
forms in sync - currently, "edit talk" displays more fields that
"submit new talk".

This is intentional. Submitting something should be as easy as
possible :-)

At least for the subtitle, I wouldn't call this perfect.

First I have to submit a title and a description, and then OSEM
complains that I didn't set the subtitle (that field isn't available when
submitting a new talk). So I end up with going to edit mode, add a
subtitle and possibly rewrite the description to avoid repeating the

I'm not sure if I'd call that easy ;-)


Christian Boltz
Reminds me of a famous quote attributed to A'rpi (of MPlayer fame):
"Users? My software runs just fine without users!"
[Stefan Seyfried in opensuse-factory]

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