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Re: opinion on access keys for lists.debian.org [patch]

This subject is better presented to the listarchives team, therefore 
moving the discussion there.
I must say that I like the idea (although I've not yet looked at the 
proposed patch).

When a bug is filed, it should be against the pseudo-package 

Frans Pop

On Sunday 11 September 2005 01:01, Jon Dowland wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've hacked on the MHonArc conffile debian.rc from the (lists-archives
> package) in order to add accesskeys to the navigational links. The
> conffile[1], patch[2] and an example sample of debian-user[3] are
> online. The choices of access keys are:
> 	date index:	d
> 	thread index:	t
> 	thread prev:	p
> 	thread next:	n
> 	date prev:	e (earlier)
> 	date next:	l (later)
> Each link also has a title attribute added which expresses the
> accesskey. This is a convention used by the default appearance of
> wikipedia, for example.
> I plan to submit this as a wishlist bug against `listarchives', but
> before I did I thought I'd ask the www list for your opinion. Would you
> like to see this? Do you think the choice of access keys is sensible?
> Yours,
> [1] http://jon.dowland.name/temp/lists.debian.org/debian.rc
> [2] http://jon.dowland.name/temp/lists.debian.org/accesskeys.diff
> [3] http://jon.dowland.name/temp/lists.debian.org/threads.html or
>     maillist.html for index by date.
> --
> Jon Dowland
> http://jon.dowland.name/

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