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Re: Debian Games Team website

Hi Alexandre,

On Mon, Aug 18, 2014 at 09:59:51AM -0300, Alexandre Dantas wrote:
> I'm glad you enjoyed it!


> I was also thinking of improving the blends website, but didn't know
> how to do it. Making a homepage for the Games team seemed like a
> good start but, as other have pointed out, there might be duplicated
> information between them.
> So I'll help Markus in any way I can, to make the Blends pages more
> presentable; and possibly including more functionality no the back-end.
> I'd love to tweak the graphics a little bit too!
> I'll just have to figure out how could I actually make those changes.
> As you said on another message, should I get a local UDD with
> the blends repository and make experiments locally?

That's the most efficient way.

> Since I'm not part of the team, I guess my changes will need to be
> evaluated first. So, how could I show my attempts to you guys for
> evaluation? Should I forward them here, with my copy of the Git
> repository?

I have no problem if you push to Blends Git.  I would check this and
only update blends.debian.org if it works.  To get commit permissions
you need a login at alioth.debian.org and I'll add you to the team.

You can also get a login at blends.debian.net.  Just send me your
prefered login name and a sshkey in private mail.
> Also, I'll work something out based on the Debian homepage colors
> and fonts. At least it should have the logo and some pointers to
> Debian as a whole.


Kind regards



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