On Thu, 31 Mar 2011 22:56:40 +0200 Tom Willemsen email@example.com wrote:
I didn't get a lot done today, but I did get something done. I've written that django management command to get the available isos, iso's can now be fetched by running `./manage.py sync_isos`
I had some questions as well:
- there will need to be some kind of "are you human test" on the input form (a simple question/response check might do fine, like "which Linux distro is this about? (just the 4-letter word)")
I notices in packages/views.py in the FlagForm class that you are using a textfield to determine you're not getting spambot entires by requiring it remains empty and keeping users from seeing it, would this also be adequate? Seems clever and easy.
maybe, let's just try it and see.
- Can you provide a sample static page called "help" or something? When I have a setup that I can test on, I can start writing the contents for that help page. It will be needed anyway for users who want to use the app, and at the same time it can serve as implementation guideline for you.
We didn't discuss this any further and I don't know if that has been done yet, but should I create a wiki page for this (I know we settled on that) for this alread, or wait? If I should, where should I put it/how should I name it, etc?
yeah make a wiki page, just name it after the name of your program. so far, I think 'RTF' ("releng-testbuild-feedback") is the least crappy name we came up with.
I'll be getting to work on this again this weekend, and I hope to do a bit more then than I did now.