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Bug#650378: marked as done (various issues on the events pages)

Your message dated Thu, 8 Aug 2013 00:21:19 +0200
with message-id <[🔎] 20130807222119.GG16265@anhrefn.saar.de>
and subject line Re: Events related bug reports
has caused the Debian Bug report #650378,
regarding various issues on the events pages
to be marked as done.

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Package: www.debian.org
Severity: wishlist
X-Debbugs-CC: events@debian.org

I propose a format change on the events index page, replace the monospaced
"[December 2nd - 4th]" date with something like "December 2nd-4th" with
a normal font.

The first link in the last paragraph here looks to have been abandoned:


I think this page needs some pings and updates:


[These issues filed as one bug as requested by gismo]



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begin  quotation  from David Prévot (in <51E17F25.6040708@debian.org>):
> > begin  quotation  from Joost van Baal-Ili?? (in
> > <20130710193844.GO18485@beskar.mdcc.cx>):
> >> seems to work: people know who to expect, without too much
> >> overhead.
> Can people behind events@ have a look at www.d.o/events bug reports,
> close those that are not relevant anymore, and maybe (propose a way
> to) fix the others?
> http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/pkgreport.cgi?pkg=www.debian.org;ordering=dir#_0_7_3

Ok, I reworked the admin and checklist pages to close #650378. I will not
fix #645720 - should I close it wontfix? Regarding #601337 my solution
would be to move events/talks and events/speakers to the wiki, which would
mostly also close #650378.

I will eventuelly do that if there are no objections.


[...] If you don't want to be restricted, don't agree to it. If you are
coerced, comply as much as you must to protect yourself, just don't support
it. Noone can free you but yourself. (crag, on Debian Planet)
Arne Wichmann (aw@linux.de)

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