GNOME Bugzilla – Bug 118291
Add website feedback link on every page
Last modified: 2018-09-24 10:03:48 UTC
I believe that the web site would get more constant maintenance if the
following was at the bottom of each page:
- The path to the file in cvs.
ideally with a link to http://cvs.gnome.org/lxr/source/... so that people
can see the history for the file.
- A link to
to encourage useful feedback.
Yeah, I've been thinking about the CVS link too, as a little
unobtrusive link to lxr (or viewcvs...) in the footer. However, I
think the bugzilla link would best live on the contacts page, rather
than every page.
It is planned to have a link to edit a page in the footer of the wgo pages, and also a website feedback link to bugzilla with instructions under the Contact Us page.
*** Bug 454563 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Just for the record, this is what I have suggested to Ramon. He needs to answer whether this is feasible in Plone:
(01:01:32 PM) qgil: what about an Edit This Page link offering users access to the edit view, then they can change whatever and submit for review
(01:02:10 PM) qgil: from the editors point of view the modification would be visible in last changes with a diff, so they can see if they can accept, reject or refine the changes
(01:02:44 PM) qgil: this could be open to registered users, never to full anonymous (door to spam and trash and hassle)
If this is not possible then we would provide a gateway as simple as possible to bug reports. Mails directly to the list (the current setting) should be avoided as much as possible.
As I undestand you are asking if it's possible to add the registered users to a default group that has permisions to make a local copy of the page, edit, and send to accept it ?
I guess so, yes.
Interesting idea but not high priority.
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