[PySide] Resurrecting PySide

Aaron Richiger a.richi at bluewin.ch
Sun Mar 17 12:39:51 CET 2013

Hello Indn

Yes, I would say so. Having everything in a central place will simplify 
future movements to another host. I would say, old content is ok as long 
as it is still valid. But if the content is out of date, it should be 
clearly remarked as such or removed.

Good luck!

Am 17.03.2013 12:29, schrieb lndn:
> Hey Aaron, thanks for replying.  You brought up a good point.  If 
> there is content available somewhere on the web or internet archives, 
> even if it's old, I think I'll just copy it and put it on the wiki 
> pages so they're comprehensive and all-inclusive.  Better to have 
> everything in one place, than scattered.
> lndn
> On Sun, Mar 17, 2013 at 4:21 AM, Aaron Richiger <a.richi at bluewin.ch 
> <mailto:a.richi at bluewin.ch>> wrote:
>     Hello Indn!
>     I would say: Any improvement is welcome, so feel free to take the
>     initiative! I hope, the content of the broken links is still
>     available somewhere. We are currently working a lot on bringing
>     PySide to Android, so I do not have any time to help you for the
>     moment, sorry!
>     Have a nice day!
>     Aaron
>     Am 17.03.2013 12:10, schrieb lndn:
>>     All the recent scary "PySide is Dead" emails really prompted me
>>     to think about what we can do to improve the situation.  Not
>>     being familiar with the PySide/Shiboken internals, I thought it
>>     would be a good idea to start by cleaning up the wiki pages on
>>     qt-project.
>>     However, as I combed through these pages, I noticed that many of
>>     the links were broken and pointing to old pyside.org
>>     <http://pyside.org> pages that no longer exist and the content
>>     contains outdated and incomplete information.  What is really
>>     needed is a major overhaul in updating the content.
>>     So what's the official word on a massive re-organizing of these
>>     pages?  Can I just take the initiative and do it?  I'd like to
>>     start off by just putting the wiki pages in some order so things
>>     are easy to find and then later go through the content and update
>>     the content one page at a time.  My goal is just to help users
>>     and developers easily navigate to the pages they need.
>>     Any thoughts or people interested in helping would be great.
>>     Thanks,
>>     lndn
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