Le 2013-02-16 05:33, Florian Effenberger a écrit :
Jonathan Aquilina wrote on 2013-02-16 08:06:
Why not setup a repository in git to keep the images etc. there?
I assume that would raise the entry barrier for several contributors...
Yes it would raise the bar for many of our nl webmasters for which we
are still trying to get to add some more up-to-date information.
SilverStripe has the ability to store images, and, if you are familiar
enough with SS, it is just a matter of getting used to moving around the
SS image repository. It is actually quite centralized.
In fact, if you look at most of the "4.0 Features and Fixes" webpages,
you will find that even if they have been translated into their own
particular native languages, they are making use of the EN image
repository for their screenshots until they can get their own nl teams
to do their owns screenshots.
AFAIC, the SS repository is fine and there is no need to ramp up the
learning curve by using a GIT repository. Let's concentrate on learning
how to use SS and using its own repository method.
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