[Cuis-dev] Cuis web presence

Nicola Mingotti nmingotti at gmail.com
Thu Nov 11 01:46:36 PST 2021

hi Mariano, guys,

I just passed by and checked the packages page.

1. It is really awesome we have something like that ! Thank you again !

2. I would suggest to put all the packages in a single page
.  Alphabetical order is great
.  It would be easy to make a textual [Ctrl+f] "find" in the page to 
jump where you want or look for
relevant packages.
. Easy to scroll down and just browse and see what already exists

3. Maybe in the future we could add sorting algs which shows:
. Order by entrance in the list, here you would see new packages you may 
not know
. Order by last commit, here you would see what has been changed, and 
also spot packages
that were updated a very long time ago and so probably need a refresh.

4. Can I use the GitHub "issue" section to write down ideas for the future ?
. I am doing the same for Cuis-Smalltalk-Dev and i found it a great way 
to remember
improvement which I (or anybody else) would/could like to do but I can't 
implement in the short run
. For example i could write there the "sorting" algorithms for the 
packages pages.

Great work !


On 11/10/21 22:36, Hilaire Fernandes via Cuis-dev wrote:
> Thanks Mariano for the investment!
> To the community,
> Contents were updated, check out.
> https://cuis-smalltalk.github.io/Cuis-Website/packages
> *Download page.* It needs some simplification for the beginners.
> As long as we don't build our own bundles (it may not be necessary 
> regarding the evolutive development process of Cuis), we could point 
> to the Cuis-University bundles for easy start, as we did for the Cuis 
> Book.
> Herman, could you provide a permanent link to the bundle for each 
> platform. A bit like I did for the latest pdf build of the book 
> (https://github.com/Cuis-Smalltalk/TheCuisBook/releases/download/latestpdfbuild/TheCuisBook.pdf)
> *Use Cases.*  It will be helpful the community share its use cases 
> scenarii (DrGeo will be one when I will finish it). A picture and an 
> abstract per use case will be great and could be added in a dedicated 
> page of the web site.
> Best
> Le 10/11/2021 à 21:24, Mariano Montone via Cuis-dev a écrit :
>> Nacho, Mark, thank you!
>> Hope we can get the web site live soon!
>> Cheers,
> -- 
> GNU Dr. Geo
> http://drgeo.eu
> http://blog.drgeo.eu
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