OK hi again,

I did some updates to the design, and also added a small JS library for
j/k/o navigation that sincerely, does not work that well. Result in the
same url [1].

I've also moved the full new theme to a new folder[2], so in theory,
switching to the new theme would be as easy as committing here[3] the theme
name. If you are happy with the current status, please feel free to deploy
the change, otherwise, I'll do that as soon as possible.

For me, next step on this small project is a big clean-up of blogs (say any
wrong url or no new content over the last two years) and then try to get
new sources.


[1] http://planet.osgeo.org/new_planet/
[2] https://trac.osgeo.org/osgeo/browser/planet/venus/themes/osgeo_v2

On 8 February 2018 at 18:21, Jorge Sanz <xurxos...@gmail.com> wrote:

> On 8 February 2018 at 15:56, Markus Neteler <nete...@osgeo.org> wrote:
>> On Thu, Feb 8, 2018 at 4:33 PM, Sandro Santilli <s...@kbt.io> wrote:
>> > On Mon, Feb 05, 2018 at 02:39:33PM +0100, Jorge Sanz wrote:
>> >
>> >> Please take a look and let me know if you see anything you'd like to
>> >> address:
>> >>
>> >> http://planet.osgeo.org/new_planet/
>> >
>> > Thanks for taking this task !
>> Yes, thanks a lot.
>> > One thing that I found annoying in the old planet and is still
>> > present in the new one is having full articles dumped on the page.
>> Yes, maybe only the first x line should be shown.
> Well this really is up to every blogger because the planet softaware just
> takes the RSS content and some people put the full article, others and
> excerpt, others nothing.
> What I can do in the planet web interface is use javascript to reduce the
> content to a couple of lines so you have to navigate to the blogger
> website. Maybe optionally I can allow to click somewhere to get the full
> content displayed.
>> > I'd rather just see short summaries for each, so that I can
>> > see more titles in less scrolling. A click to read all article
>> > doesn't seem too much work, if the title and short summary is
>> > interesting.
>> Another nice feature of the old block was to jump from one to the next
>> article with the "k" and "j" keys.
>> Not sure if that could be ported as well?
> Ok so someone else was using that, apart from me :-) For sorme reason (I
> never investigated) that feature stopped working at some point and frankly,
> as everything else on the planet part, never had the energy to fix it,
> until now.
> I'll take a look and try to get it working again ^_^
> I'm almost on holidays, but if the weather is really bad here this weekend
> I may have some time to work on this, otherwise it will have to wait until
> March when I come back to RealWorld(TM).
> Thanks for your feedback!!
> --
> Jorge Sanz
> http://twitter.com/xurxosanz
> http://jorgesanz.net

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