Not for now, but you can follow the progress at www.tryton.org: log
I’m quite glad to see the website efforts. Looks good. And nice to see many people contributing to it.
These are my observations:
The contrast of links were not so nice on my screen and to my eyes. Running google lighthouse for home page and download page also pointed that the links’ contrast ratio is not optimal.
But it is not ready-to-use. I think we will add it if someone provides a way to build one.
A desktop client is useless if there is no server. The docker image contains the server and a client so it is more accessible (and also very common today).
We can not list 150 packages and it will be unmaintainable as new one are created every month.
The link uses the classifier Tryton which is a better option than a query search.
Material Icon has no such logo.
What would be a suitable format? Does snap or flatpak satisfy?
I don’t mean to list all of them but to explain the ones that are there. eg.
$ pip install trytond # tryton server $ pip install tryton # tryton client $ pip install trytond_sale # tryton server module
The Fedora link under Distributions returns a 404.
It would be good IMHO, but we need a maintainer for this, which is a long-term commitment.
carousel 3: Community Reunite under the Foundation
Why is the term ‘reunite’ used? For me, it sounds like the community was split up once. Isn’t it be better to use just the term ‘United’?
The other Carousels have a second/deuxième word in the heading. So why not:
Vibrant Community United under the Foundation
This sound good to me.
I see there are a few more pages available now, so here are my suggestions:
No changes, this all seems to be fine to me.
All remarks have been applied and there is now the “service providers” page.
I plan to make the “become a service provider”, “how to develop” and “communication channel” pages for the week end than I think we could make the switch. We will complete after that the success stories one by one because I think they all need to be reworked to be more attractive and follow the same patterns.
The last missing pages have been added. I plan to make the switch Monday 22 around 18:00 CEST.
I have just finished looking at the last 4 pages, and here are some suggestions for changes that you might want to consider. I’m sorry this list is so long…
Submit Change (Script):
Submit Change (Mercurial Extension):
Coding Guidelines (Python):
Coding Guidelines (Recommended Practices):
Coding Guidelines (Naming of modules, classes, variables):
I am reluctant to suggest too many changes to the items on this page as I don’t really feel like it is my place to be telling these companies how to describe themselves. Having said that, here are some suggested changes, that they/you might want to consider.
Other things that I noticed:
I hope this has been helpful.
Why? We are talking to the developer so it is his patch.
Why for me it is action.
It is not only for code.
I guess your browser prevent to load the map from osm.
I can see your point, I guess that I see it slightly differently. I like the way you have changed it to “Submit your change”.
Ah, okay, then you might want to say “Report an Issue”, “Submit a Change” and “Publish a Change”.
Okay, that’s fine, I only suggested it as it is described as “Tryton Code Review Tool” on the https://codereview.tryton.org/ page.
Yes, that sounds like very likely, but it seems to be working fine now. Thanks.
Just looked through the updated pages, and noticed a couple of very minor things that might have got lost in the mass of suggested changes:
Indeed the release comes after. So I changed to “and followed by a release”.
The website is on line now.
Thanks everyone for the contribution and review.
Further changes (like rewrite of success stories or topic descriptions) will go through the workflow: https://www.tryton.org/develop
Thank you too for making it possible
I see now the success stories more button does not open anything. Is this done on purpose?
Should we ask the success stories authors to rewrite them?
Yes, there are nothing for now.
I plan to rewrite ours (B2CK) as an example before asking others.
Yes, this makes much more sense than what I had suggested.
Yes, good work on getting the new website on line.