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Library Announcement aggregator needed IMHO

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pproj@posteo.de
Tue, Jun 8, 2021 5:00 PM

After seeing several great libraries in two days, i realize i had missed
a lot of development in Openscad realm in recent years.

I think we  pretty much  need a RSS-like aggregator on OpenScad's main
page, where once one of the "Lib-Commiter-Privilege"-listed users
release a new version of a Module, model or Collecton, it would pop up
with a picture and perhaps a short description of how to use the module.
It might be even possible to pull the Meta-information automatically,
reusing Github's commit/release messages, and agreeing on the File Names
for the title pictures..

I would be the first to subscribe to this RSS right away.

Peter

P.S: of course, the idea might be non-trivial technically, and
maintenance-wise.

After seeing several great libraries in two days, i realize i had missed a lot of development in Openscad realm in recent years. I think we  pretty much  need a RSS-like aggregator on OpenScad's main page, where once one of the "Lib-Commiter-Privilege"-listed users release a new version of a Module, model or Collecton, it would pop up with a picture and perhaps a short description of how to use the module. It might be even possible to pull the Meta-information automatically, reusing Github's commit/release messages, and agreeing on the File Names for the title pictures.. I would be the first to subscribe to this RSS right away. Peter P.S: of course, the idea might be non-trivial technically, and maintenance-wise.
TP
Torsten Paul
Tue, Jun 8, 2021 8:55 PM

On 08.06.21 19:00, pproj@posteo.de wrote:

I think we  pretty much  need a RSS-like aggregator on OpenScad's main
page, where once one of the "Lib-Commiter-Privilege"-listed users
release a new version of a Module, model or Collecton, it would pop up
with a picture and perhaps a short description of how to use the module.

I'm a bit worried about the need for maintaining user data to allow that.

What I just found yesterday is this post from the Arduino project which
outlines an updated process to publish libraries:
https://blog.arduino.cc/2021/06/07/new-workflow-for-arduino-library-submissions/

Maybe something along those lines would be doable with some reasonable
effort while pushing most of the hosting and maintenance part to github.
The final info file could be hosted on our file server, just as the
nightly builds are pulled automatically.

ciao,
Torsten.

On 08.06.21 19:00, pproj@posteo.de wrote: > I think we  pretty much  need a RSS-like aggregator on OpenScad's main > page, where once one of the "Lib-Commiter-Privilege"-listed users > release a new version of a Module, model or Collecton, it would pop up > with a picture and perhaps a short description of how to use the module. I'm a bit worried about the need for maintaining user data to allow that. What I just found yesterday is this post from the Arduino project which outlines an updated process to publish libraries: https://blog.arduino.cc/2021/06/07/new-workflow-for-arduino-library-submissions/ Maybe something along those lines would be doable with some reasonable effort while pushing most of the hosting and maintenance part to github. The final info file could be hosted on our file server, just as the nightly builds are pulled automatically. ciao, Torsten.
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pproj@posteo.de
Thu, Jun 10, 2021 5:49 PM

Hello Torsten, interesting.
I think one perhaps could imply non trivial rules to comply with, to
ensure the library registration bot will not reject it. Thus demanding
minimal effort, people have to go through to share their work (this is
very cynical).  scaring off those with very minor five minutes libs or
lib changes (this is useful).

I am not sure how to agree on theese quality rules.
to be honest i do not really like this my very own idea, because it
disciplines people for wanting to share their work for free.

and actually i was thinking more of library update anouncments, say
like: "Nop Head has just released this particular great new Assembly"
rather than library anouncement,
I think we have way less lib committers than Arduino, so we could be
more friendly to everybody, since there are not so many. and if they get
too many, then let deal with t then.

Perhaps, alternativly, there could be a Voting Promotion Process, so if
somebody wants to publish an update, he anounces a link to the library
(with a nice picture and description) and then on a voting Page every
member of the Anouncement mailing list can Vote for it, or choose not to.
If it gets a minimum threshold of say (4 Votes of mailig list users) it
gets promoted to the RSS-feed on the Homepage.
I am not sure, but perhaps this will also make the "library Page" rank
higher on Google search, sine there will be more updates. And "a library
update Ticker  section" will make the openscads homepage much more
fancy. But it will also have its value for spotting new useful libs.
we could even push it ito Openscad itself, like with Cura or Visual Studio
Peter
On 08.06.21 22:55, Torsten Paul wrote:

On 08.06.21 19:00, pproj@posteo.de wrote:

I think we  pretty much  need a RSS-like aggregator on OpenScad's main
page, where once one of the "Lib-Commiter-Privilege"-listed users
release a new version of a Module, model or Collecton, it would pop up
with a picture and perhaps a short description of how to use the module.

I'm a bit worried about the need for maintaining user data to allow that.

What I just found yesterday is this post from the Arduino project which
outlines an updated process to publish libraries:
https://blog.arduino.cc/2021/06/07/new-workflow-for-arduino-library-submissions/

Maybe something along those lines would be doable with some reasonable
effort while pushing most of the hosting and maintenance part to github.
The final info file could be hosted on our file server, just as the
nightly builds are pulled automatically.

ciao,
Torsten.


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Hello Torsten, interesting. I think one perhaps could imply non trivial rules to comply with, to ensure the library registration bot will not reject it. Thus demanding minimal effort, people have to go through to share their work (this is very cynical).  scaring off those with very minor five minutes libs or lib changes (this is useful). I am not sure how to agree on theese quality rules. to be honest i do not really like this my very own idea, because it disciplines people for wanting to share their work for free. and actually i was thinking more of library update anouncments, say like: "Nop Head has just released this particular great new Assembly" rather than library anouncement, I think we have way less lib committers than Arduino, so we could be more friendly to everybody, since there are not so many. and if they get too many, then let deal with t then. Perhaps, alternativly, there could be a Voting Promotion Process, so if somebody wants to publish an update, he anounces a link to the library (with a nice picture and description) and then on a voting Page every member of the Anouncement mailing list can Vote for it, or choose not to. If it gets a minimum threshold of say (4 Votes of mailig list users) it gets promoted to the RSS-feed on the Homepage. I am not sure, but perhaps this will also make the "library Page" rank higher on Google search, sine there will be more updates. And "a library update Ticker  section" will make the openscads homepage much more fancy. But it will also have its value for spotting new useful libs. we could even push it ito Openscad itself, like with Cura or Visual Studio Peter On 08.06.21 22:55, Torsten Paul wrote: > On 08.06.21 19:00, pproj@posteo.de wrote: >> I think we  pretty much  need a RSS-like aggregator on OpenScad's main >> page, where once one of the "Lib-Commiter-Privilege"-listed users >> release a new version of a Module, model or Collecton, it would pop up >> with a picture and perhaps a short description of how to use the module. > I'm a bit worried about the need for maintaining user data to allow that. > > What I just found yesterday is this post from the Arduino project which > outlines an updated process to publish libraries: > https://blog.arduino.cc/2021/06/07/new-workflow-for-arduino-library-submissions/ > > Maybe something along those lines would be doable with some reasonable > effort while pushing most of the hosting and maintenance part to github. > The final info file could be hosted on our file server, just as the > nightly builds are pulled automatically. > > ciao, > Torsten. > _______________________________________________ > OpenSCAD mailing list > To unsubscribe send an email to discuss-leave@lists.openscad.org
TP
Torsten Paul
Thu, Jun 10, 2021 11:46 PM

On 10.06.21 19:49, pproj@posteo.de wrote:

to be honest i do not really like this my very own idea,
because it disciplines people for wanting to share their
work for free.

People will always be able to just share things, we are not
Apple trying to cage people and tell them what they can do.

The point here is more that to make some kind of automation
possible (e.g. having an automatically updated list in the
application itself), there's some defined structure needed.
Software is still very dumb, so it needs either help with
lots of configuration or some defined rules and conventions.

The return for doing that effort is the more obvious listing
of the library. But there's no limitation that will make it
impossible for people to just blog post, put the model on
a Facebook page, or into the description of a YouTube video
(Hi BigClive! :-)

Seeing that the discussions about "real" package management
have not moved forward even a tiny bit, that's simply an
idea how to get moving, giving people something to work
with even if it's not the greatest solution in the world.
Maybe it will draw some attention and improve over time.

Perhaps, alternativly, there could be a Voting Promotion
Process, so if somebody wants to publish an update, he
anounces a link to the library (with a nice picture and
description) and then on a voting Page every member of
the Anouncement mailing list can Vote for it, or choose
not to.

I'm happy to help setting something up. But I'm very sure
it's not something I can maintain, days are simply not long
enough. I've created the library page as a compromise, it's
low effort for me to maintain but to keep it this way, it
has to be very limited.

I've seen so much cool stuff, flying by on twitter or on
reddit which would be nice to also have in some news stream
on the website. Maybe a simple link list would be enough
if we can find a couple of people who would help with
reviewing the links.

The gallery page is pretty much working like that already:
https://github.com/openscad/openscad.github.com/blob/master/inc/static-gallery.json

Having one or two such lists in a separate repository would
even automatically bring some simple form of user management
and approval flow, although tied to a github login. With
the built-in editor, there's not even any need to store
files locally.

ciao,
Torsten.

On 10.06.21 19:49, pproj@posteo.de wrote: > to be honest i do not really like this my very own idea, > because it disciplines people for wanting to share their > work for free. People will always be able to just share things, we are not Apple trying to cage people and tell them what they can do. The point here is more that to make some kind of automation possible (e.g. having an automatically updated list in the application itself), there's some defined structure needed. Software is still very dumb, so it needs either help with lots of configuration or some defined rules and conventions. The return for doing that effort is the more obvious listing of the library. But there's no limitation that will make it impossible for people to just blog post, put the model on a Facebook page, or into the description of a YouTube video (Hi BigClive! :-) Seeing that the discussions about "real" package management have not moved forward even a tiny bit, that's simply an idea how to get moving, giving people something to work with even if it's not the greatest solution in the world. Maybe it will draw some attention and improve over time. > Perhaps, alternativly, there could be a Voting Promotion > Process, so if somebody wants to publish an update, he > anounces a link to the library (with a nice picture and > description) and then on a voting Page every member of > the Anouncement mailing list can Vote for it, or choose > not to. I'm happy to help setting something up. But I'm very sure it's not something I can maintain, days are simply not long enough. I've created the library page as a compromise, it's low effort for me to maintain but to keep it this way, it has to be very limited. I've seen so much cool stuff, flying by on twitter or on reddit which would be nice to also have in some news stream on the website. Maybe a simple link list would be enough if we can find a couple of people who would help with reviewing the links. The gallery page is pretty much working like that already: https://github.com/openscad/openscad.github.com/blob/master/inc/static-gallery.json Having one or two such lists in a separate repository would even automatically bring some simple form of user management and approval flow, although tied to a github login. With the built-in editor, there's not even any need to store files locally. ciao, Torsten.
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pproj@posteo.de
Sat, Jun 12, 2021 8:58 PM

Hello Torsten

Seeing that the discussions about "real" package management
have not moved forward even a tiny bit, that's simply an
idea how to get moving, giving people something to work
with even if it's not the greatest solution in the world.
Maybe it will draw some attention and improve over time.

The gallery page is pretty much working like that already:
https://github.com/openscad/openscad.github.com/blob/master/inc/static-gallery.json

Having one or two such lists in a separate repository would
even automatically bring some simple form of user management
and approval flow, although tied to a github login. With
the built-in editor, there's not even any need to store
files locally.

I agree this is a very good idea.

Besides, this was the first time i had a look at the Gallery after you
had mentioned it, call me dumb, i've never noticed it before.

I personally would prefer something more fancy catchy like a ticker on 
openscad's homepage,or an Update Notification on a main screen, but that
is a matter of taste.

The mechanism with the JSON file is pretty good and i agree we should
just use it for the library announcement/list as well, IMHO.

Or perhaps even RSS would be more straightforward?

Asking a library submitter to have a Github account is IMHO completely
feasible. I understand it is a commercial entity, but i think this is a
compromise everybody can agree on for now.

So how do we get things pushed to the JSON files?

Every User asking for it on this list will get commit rights to this
JSON news repo?

or should there be a pull robot,you have mentioned?

So do you think it is possible to borrow arduino's robot-script somehow?

Peter

ciao,
Torsten.


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Hello Torsten > Seeing that the discussions about "real" package management > have not moved forward even a tiny bit, that's simply an > idea how to get moving, giving people something to work > with even if it's not the greatest solution in the world. > Maybe it will draw some attention and improve over time. > > The gallery page is pretty much working like that already: > https://github.com/openscad/openscad.github.com/blob/master/inc/static-gallery.json > > Having one or two such lists in a separate repository would > even automatically bring some simple form of user management > and approval flow, although tied to a github login. With > the built-in editor, there's not even any need to store > files locally. I agree this is a very good idea. Besides, this was the first time i had a look at the Gallery after you had mentioned it, call me dumb, i've never noticed it before. I personally would prefer something more fancy catchy like a ticker on  openscad's homepage,or an Update Notification on a main screen, but that is a matter of taste. The mechanism with the JSON file is pretty good and i agree we should just use it for the library announcement/list as well, IMHO. Or perhaps even RSS would be more straightforward? Asking a library submitter to have a Github account is IMHO completely feasible. I understand it is a commercial entity, but i think this is a compromise everybody can agree on for now. So how do we get things pushed to the JSON files? Every User asking for it on this list will get commit rights to this JSON news repo? or should there be a pull robot,you have mentioned? So do you think it is possible to borrow arduino's robot-script somehow? Peter > ciao, > Torsten. > _______________________________________________ > OpenSCAD mailing list > To unsubscribe send an email to discuss-leave@lists.openscad.org
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Torsten Paul
Sat, Jun 12, 2021 9:08 PM

On 12.06.21 22:58, pproj@posteo.de wrote:

So how do we get things pushed to the JSON files?

Every User asking for it on this list will get commit rights
to this JSON news repo?

No, just a normal github account should be enough to be able
to edit a file simply by pressing the edit button on the
github web page which will automatically create a pull request
on save.

For people who are really not comfortable editing the files,
creating an issue with the needed information might work too
if someone would pick that up and convert into the proper
format.

We can try this with a simple, not official linked page to see
if that works.

or should there be a pull robot,you have mentioned?
So do you think it is possible to borrow arduino's robot-script
somehow?

That would be needed only for the full integration. To me it
seems it might be useful to have both the info page and then
hopefully at some point some kind of simple library management.

ciao,
Torsten.

On 12.06.21 22:58, pproj@posteo.de wrote: > So how do we get things pushed to the JSON files? > > Every User asking for it on this list will get commit rights > to this JSON news repo? No, just a normal github account should be enough to be able to edit a file simply by pressing the edit button on the github web page which will automatically create a pull request on save. For people who are really not comfortable editing the files, creating an issue with the needed information might work too if someone would pick that up and convert into the proper format. We can try this with a simple, not official linked page to see if that works. > or should there be a pull robot,you have mentioned? > So do you think it is possible to borrow arduino's robot-script > somehow? That would be needed only for the full integration. To me it seems it might be useful to have both the info page and then hopefully at some point some kind of simple library management. ciao, Torsten.
TP
Torsten Paul
Sun, Jun 13, 2021 8:26 PM

Right, so who would be interested to see if that works?

I've created a repository which currently has 2 lists for testing
if maintaining those can work via github. I've also sent out an
invitation to you Peter, in case you'd like to join the experiment.

https://github.com/openscad/openscad-lists

Both lists are just dumped into the https://openscad.org/lists.html
page, which is not linked anywhere at this point. There's no
formatting or anything, just loading the data from the OpenSCAD
file server (updated every hour from github).

Editing for example the gallery list would be simply done by
opening the editor for:
https://github.com/openscad/openscad-lists/edit/main/data/gallery.yaml

I've created a PR adding the BabyCube 3D Printer
https://github.com/openscad/openscad-lists/pull/10

This now would need someone to review and approve (currently only
one approval needed). That should unlock the merge button.

Once merged, it will update the release data and the website
should update automatically about 5 minutes after the full hour.

ciao,
Torsten.

Right, so who would be interested to see if that works? I've created a repository which currently has 2 lists for testing if maintaining those can work via github. I've also sent out an invitation to you Peter, in case you'd like to join the experiment. https://github.com/openscad/openscad-lists Both lists are just dumped into the https://openscad.org/lists.html page, which is not linked anywhere at this point. There's no formatting or anything, just loading the data from the OpenSCAD file server (updated every hour from github). Editing for example the gallery list would be simply done by opening the editor for: https://github.com/openscad/openscad-lists/edit/main/data/gallery.yaml I've created a PR adding the BabyCube 3D Printer https://github.com/openscad/openscad-lists/pull/10 This now would need someone to review and approve (currently only one approval needed). That should unlock the merge button. Once merged, it will update the release data and the website should update automatically about 5 minutes after the full hour. ciao, Torsten.
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pproj
Sun, Jun 13, 2021 10:05 PM

Torsten i think this just great, you already did it, i was thinking
about trying to help with it, but barely had any time for even
answering.
Count me in, i will do test! Just, too very busy now. Most of my spare
time today eaten up by writing of the fist tutorial for the constructive
lib. i will try to find time for it on some of coming days thgis week.
I really do think this is very important,

i hope somebody else will join us too. Nophead? Dave? anybody else?
Peter

On 13.06.2021 22:26, Torsten Paul wrote:

Right, so who would be interested to see if that works?

I've created a repository which currently has 2 lists for testing
if maintaining those can work via github. I've also sent out an
invitation to you Peter, in case you'd like to join the experiment.

https://github.com/openscad/openscad-lists

Both lists are just dumped into the https://openscad.org/lists.html
page, which is not linked anywhere at this point. There's no
formatting or anything, just loading the data from the OpenSCAD
file server (updated every hour from github).

Editing for example the gallery list would be simply done by
opening the editor for:
https://github.com/openscad/openscad-lists/edit/main/data/gallery.yaml

I've created a PR adding the BabyCube 3D Printer
https://github.com/openscad/openscad-lists/pull/10

This now would need someone to review and approve (currently only
one approval needed). That should unlock the merge button.

Once merged, it will update the release data and the website
should update automatically about 5 minutes after the full hour.

ciao,
Torsten.


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Torsten i think this just great, you already did it, i was thinking about trying to help with it, but barely had any time for even answering. Count me in, i will do test! Just, too very busy now. Most of my spare time today eaten up by writing of the fist tutorial for the constructive lib. i will try to find time for it on some of coming days thgis week. I really do think this is very important, i hope somebody else will join us too. Nophead? Dave? anybody else? Peter On 13.06.2021 22:26, Torsten Paul wrote: > Right, so who would be interested to see if that works? > > I've created a repository which currently has 2 lists for testing > if maintaining those can work via github. I've also sent out an > invitation to you Peter, in case you'd like to join the experiment. > > https://github.com/openscad/openscad-lists > > Both lists are just dumped into the https://openscad.org/lists.html > page, which is not linked anywhere at this point. There's no > formatting or anything, just loading the data from the OpenSCAD > file server (updated every hour from github). > > Editing for example the gallery list would be simply done by > opening the editor for: > https://github.com/openscad/openscad-lists/edit/main/data/gallery.yaml > > I've created a PR adding the BabyCube 3D Printer > https://github.com/openscad/openscad-lists/pull/10 > > This now would need someone to review and approve (currently only > one approval needed). That should unlock the merge button. > > Once merged, it will update the release data and the website > should update automatically about 5 minutes after the full hour. > > ciao, > Torsten. > _______________________________________________ > OpenSCAD mailing list > To unsubscribe send an email to discuss-leave@lists.openscad.org
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pproj@posteo.de
Mon, Jun 14, 2021 6:17 PM

Hi Torsten,
i have made a review of your PR, merge and Commit, but how to kick off
the jsonp generation so the html page gets updated?
Peter
On 14.06.21 00:05, pproj wrote:

Torsten i think this just great, you already did it, i was thinking
about trying to help with it, but barely had any time for even answering.
Count me in, i will do test! Just, too very busy now. Most of my spare
time today eaten up by writing of the fist tutorial for the
constructive lib. i will try to find time for it on some of coming
days thgis week.
I really do think this is very important,

i hope somebody else will join us too. Nophead? Dave? anybody else?
Peter

On 13.06.2021 22:26, Torsten Paul wrote:

Right, so who would be interested to see if that works?

I've created a repository which currently has 2 lists for testing
if maintaining those can work via github. I've also sent out an
invitation to you Peter, in case you'd like to join the experiment.

https://github.com/openscad/openscad-lists

Both lists are just dumped into the https://openscad.org/lists.html
page, which is not linked anywhere at this point. There's no
formatting or anything, just loading the data from the OpenSCAD
file server (updated every hour from github).

Editing for example the gallery list would be simply done by
opening the editor for:
https://github.com/openscad/openscad-lists/edit/main/data/gallery.yaml

I've created a PR adding the BabyCube 3D Printer
https://github.com/openscad/openscad-lists/pull/10

This now would need someone to review and approve (currently only
one approval needed). That should unlock the merge button.

Once merged, it will update the release data and the website
should update automatically about 5 minutes after the full hour.

ciao,
  Torsten.


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Hi Torsten, i have made a review of your PR, merge and Commit, but how to kick off the jsonp generation so the html page gets updated? Peter On 14.06.21 00:05, pproj wrote: > Torsten i think this just great, you already did it, i was thinking > about trying to help with it, but barely had any time for even answering. > Count me in, i will do test! Just, too very busy now. Most of my spare > time today eaten up by writing of the fist tutorial for the > constructive lib. i will try to find time for it on some of coming > days thgis week. > I really do think this is very important, > > i hope somebody else will join us too. Nophead? Dave? anybody else? > Peter > > On 13.06.2021 22:26, Torsten Paul wrote: >> Right, so who would be interested to see if that works? >> >> I've created a repository which currently has 2 lists for testing >> if maintaining those can work via github. I've also sent out an >> invitation to you Peter, in case you'd like to join the experiment. >> >> https://github.com/openscad/openscad-lists >> >> Both lists are just dumped into the https://openscad.org/lists.html >> page, which is not linked anywhere at this point. There's no >> formatting or anything, just loading the data from the OpenSCAD >> file server (updated every hour from github). >> >> Editing for example the gallery list would be simply done by >> opening the editor for: >> https://github.com/openscad/openscad-lists/edit/main/data/gallery.yaml >> >> I've created a PR adding the BabyCube 3D Printer >> https://github.com/openscad/openscad-lists/pull/10 >> >> This now would need someone to review and approve (currently only >> one approval needed). That should unlock the merge button. >> >> Once merged, it will update the release data and the website >> should update automatically about 5 minutes after the full hour. >> >> ciao, >>   Torsten. >> _______________________________________________ >> OpenSCAD mailing list >> To unsubscribe send an email to discuss-leave@lists.openscad.org > _______________________________________________ > OpenSCAD mailing list > To unsubscribe send an email to discuss-leave@lists.openscad.org
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pproj@posteo.de
Mon, Jun 14, 2021 6:25 PM

Torsten
 i tried to add news about my lib to the news.yaml but i really do not
like twitter, it is in fact, the first time i would use it at all.
is there any less compromized open relative out there, you know of? i
would put the news about my lib there then.

On 14.06.21 20:17, pproj@posteo.de wrote:

Hi Torsten,
i have made a review of your PR, merge and Commit, but how to kick off
the jsonp generation so the html page gets updated?
Peter
On 14.06.21 00:05, pproj wrote:

Torsten i think this just great, you already did it, i was thinking
about trying to help with it, but barely had any time for even
answering.
Count me in, i will do test! Just, too very busy now. Most of my
spare time today eaten up by writing of the fist tutorial for the
constructive lib. i will try to find time for it on some of coming
days thgis week.
I really do think this is very important,

i hope somebody else will join us too. Nophead? Dave? anybody else?
Peter

On 13.06.2021 22:26, Torsten Paul wrote:

Right, so who would be interested to see if that works?

I've created a repository which currently has 2 lists for testing
if maintaining those can work via github. I've also sent out an
invitation to you Peter, in case you'd like to join the experiment.

https://github.com/openscad/openscad-lists

Both lists are just dumped into the https://openscad.org/lists.html
page, which is not linked anywhere at this point. There's no
formatting or anything, just loading the data from the OpenSCAD
file server (updated every hour from github).

Editing for example the gallery list would be simply done by
opening the editor for:
https://github.com/openscad/openscad-lists/edit/main/data/gallery.yaml

I've created a PR adding the BabyCube 3D Printer
https://github.com/openscad/openscad-lists/pull/10

This now would need someone to review and approve (currently only
one approval needed). That should unlock the merge button.

Once merged, it will update the release data and the website
should update automatically about 5 minutes after the full hour.

ciao,
  Torsten.


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Torsten  i tried to add news about my lib to the news.yaml but i really do not like twitter, it is in fact, the first time i would use it at all. is there any less compromized open relative out there, you know of? i would put the news about my lib there then. On 14.06.21 20:17, pproj@posteo.de wrote: > Hi Torsten, > i have made a review of your PR, merge and Commit, but how to kick off > the jsonp generation so the html page gets updated? > Peter > On 14.06.21 00:05, pproj wrote: >> Torsten i think this just great, you already did it, i was thinking >> about trying to help with it, but barely had any time for even >> answering. >> Count me in, i will do test! Just, too very busy now. Most of my >> spare time today eaten up by writing of the fist tutorial for the >> constructive lib. i will try to find time for it on some of coming >> days thgis week. >> I really do think this is very important, >> >> i hope somebody else will join us too. Nophead? Dave? anybody else? >> Peter >> >> On 13.06.2021 22:26, Torsten Paul wrote: >>> Right, so who would be interested to see if that works? >>> >>> I've created a repository which currently has 2 lists for testing >>> if maintaining those can work via github. I've also sent out an >>> invitation to you Peter, in case you'd like to join the experiment. >>> >>> https://github.com/openscad/openscad-lists >>> >>> Both lists are just dumped into the https://openscad.org/lists.html >>> page, which is not linked anywhere at this point. There's no >>> formatting or anything, just loading the data from the OpenSCAD >>> file server (updated every hour from github). >>> >>> Editing for example the gallery list would be simply done by >>> opening the editor for: >>> https://github.com/openscad/openscad-lists/edit/main/data/gallery.yaml >>> >>> I've created a PR adding the BabyCube 3D Printer >>> https://github.com/openscad/openscad-lists/pull/10 >>> >>> This now would need someone to review and approve (currently only >>> one approval needed). That should unlock the merge button. >>> >>> Once merged, it will update the release data and the website >>> should update automatically about 5 minutes after the full hour. >>> >>> ciao, >>>   Torsten. >>> _______________________________________________ >>> OpenSCAD mailing list >>> To unsubscribe send an email to discuss-leave@lists.openscad.org >> _______________________________________________ >> OpenSCAD mailing list >> To unsubscribe send an email to discuss-leave@lists.openscad.org > > _______________________________________________ > OpenSCAD mailing list > To unsubscribe send an email to discuss-leave@lists.openscad.org