Do we have person who responsible for web site http://valentina-project.org/?
So far Clement Renaud of Fabricatorz has set it up. It’s Rails, so it’s weirdly difficult to change. If you need something changed on the site, please let me know.
The website should get an overhaul within the next month or two, and we’ll get away from the ‘free’ websites of Bitbucket and Github so that we can have something nice.
I see issue with names of packages. They are not readable as soon as you highlight them by mouse.
Also i did request about package for Slackware.
That’s the reason why i don’t touch it.
Okay I jumped in there. Hopefully this is an improvement.
Yes, looks much better. Thanks!
Check the site, under the social media links. Added CI & GPL, grouped with Site monitoring logo
Ok, but have some questions.
Yeah I’m not familiar on how to set the styling for this section. It may take some time. Can you look on Ohloh and see if there is a setting to not show the logo, etc?
Unfortunatelly www.openhub.net doesn’t provide any way to styling widgests. Hovever i have found one way.
Here is code for the original widget
As you can see the site return script by link
If use this link in a browser you will get
document.write("<iframe src='https://www.openhub.net/p/valentina-project/widgets/project_factoids_stats', scrolling='no', marginHeight='0', marginWidth='0', style='height: 220px; width: 370px; border: none'></iframe>");
And this code has style options. So instead of the original code we could write
Hope this will help.
ok it is fixed…
Fixed in forum menu and on main website.
Not what i meant. The name was About and Introduction perfectly fit to it. But User Manual has little bit different link User Manual - Seamly2D.
Ok, I see. Check now.
Hey @slpencer, my browser (Cromium) says that https://valentina-project.org/ has invalid certificate.
Okay I’m adding an SSL certificate from Cloudflare. It will take up to 24 hours for DNS to propogate, etc. Then Cloudflare will issue certificate. So could be 1 to 2 days before this is fixed.
To the Valentina user group: The site is still up. This error doesn’t affect accessing via http://valentina-project.org
So I set up SSL through Cloudflare - the secure socket layer is provided by setting up valentina-project.org with the Cloudflare DNS servers. There isn’t an SSL certificate on our website.
Access via HTTPS now works, no errors. https://valentina-project.org