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Re: Exciting new changes for the LibrePlanet Wiki

From: Roberto Beltran
Subject: Re: Exciting new changes for the LibrePlanet Wiki
Date: Thu, 17 Oct 2019 19:04:45 +0000

Hey Valessio,

I'm testing out the new theme and love it so far. How are you tracking issues?


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On Thursday, October 17, 2019 4:40 AM, Valessio Brito 
<> wrote:

> Hello humans,
> So sorry for the delay in sending another email. Some people who wrote
> off the list and already could answer all. Thanks for the feedback and
> contributions!
> What's New:
> Thank you very much to the FSF TechTeam, especially Michael and Andrew
> who helped a lot last week with major updates to MediaWiki, as well as
> extensions and installation of the Tweeki base theme.
> Now I could say that we are in the testing process, if you want to be part:
> 1.  Just login to;
> 2.  Go to the "Preferences" page;
> 3.  Under "appearances" tab and change the theme to "TWeeki".
>     Over the next few weeks I will adjust the old content from <table> to
> <div> and thus stay responsive (mobile friendly). Please avoid using
> Tables, use only when necessary.
> We are moving to new practices, so the new base theme is well
> documented and there is support for a number of user-friendly
> components.
> Check it out here:
> Finally, I would like to send emails to the list, so it involves more
> people discussing. Emails in private will be answered privately, but
> it's a lot of energy and we need to share more among the whole
> community.
> Sorry for the absence on IRC, unfortunately I have many instant
> messaging environments and I can't keep up with all groups and
> channels in different locals.
> Cheers,
> Valessio Brito
> Em sex, 4 de out de 2019 às 17:08, Valessio Brito
> escreveu:
> > Hello LibrePlanet Community,
> > I'm Valessio, a free software activist since 2000 and the current
> > campaigns team intern at the Free Software Foundation (FSF). Earlier
> > this year, I had the opportunity to participate in an FSF internship
> > with the [technical team][1], developing my skills and learning a lot
> > of cool things about libreboot and about using free software for
> > education, through using [MusicBlocks][2]. After my internship was
> > completed, I continued to collaborate actively with FSF. One of these
> > collaborations was on the development of the new Respects Your Freedom
> > (RYF) hardware product certificate Web site, which will launch soon.
> > [1] 
> >
> > [2] 
> >
> > Now I am back in the FSF office, this time to work with the campaigns
> > team on improving the LibrePlanet site (powered by [MediaWiki][4]),
> > and assist in preparation for the [2020 LibrePlanet conference][5]. I
> > also made this year's [LibrePlanet conference logo][6]. I hope you
> > like it!
> > [4]
> > [5]
> > [6]
> > This email is intended to start a discussion and get people excited
> > about making improvements to the way we use MediaWiki for LibrePlanet.
> > I have a lot of ideas, and I can't do everything myself. I would like
> > to invite you to participate, or to forward this email to someone who
> > wants to start (or continue) collaborating with the free software
> > movement.
> > I have drafted a new theme for the first phase of my work on
> >, and it is now [available here][7] for comments,
> > critiques, and suggestions.
> > [7]
> > After changing the layout, ideally, the Web site pages will be
> > restructured to make navigation more intuitive for documenting and
> > leveraging future collaborations. In this process, we will also filter
> > out outdated pages. This is where I will need your help! We want to
> > create a lasting structure, and for LibrePlanet to be a success, we
> > need to be sure that the new structure is right. I made a proposal to
> > [reorganize the LibrePlanet pages][8] for you to comment on as well.
> > [8]
> > You are welcome to collaborate to help us create an excellent resource
> > for free software activists all over this (Libre)Planet. Let me know
> > if you want to join in the project! I look forward to working with
> > you, and hope I will see you at the conference!
> > Cheers,
> > Valessio Brito
> > Campaigns team intern
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