[PySide] Resurrecting PySide

Roman Lacko backup.rlacko at gmail.com
Tue Mar 19 08:14:17 CET 2013


2013/3/19 lndn <lndndev at gmail.com>

> I just spent the weekend organizing some of the pyside wiki pages (
> http://qt-project.org/wiki/PySide) and making small updates to the
> content here and there.
> Still needs a lot of work, but if someone can take a look and tell me what
> you think so far, I can start focusing on important areas.
> Thanks!
> Thanks for doing this!

It would be great to put somewhere information about the PyPI page [1].
It contains the installation instructions (for windows and linux) and full
source code of PySide, Shiboken, PySideTool, examples and build scripts
bundled in standard distutils package. Also here is the downloads page for
prebuild windows packages and source budles [2]. I should put the
information on wiki myself but never had time to do it.


[1] https://pypi.python.org/pypi/PySide
[2] http://releases.qt-project.org/pyside/

> On Sun, Mar 17, 2013 at 9:17 AM, Stephan Deibel <sdeibel at wingware.com>wrote:
>> lndn wrote:
>>> 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 pages that no longer exist and the content contains outdated and incomplete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.
>> This would be very helpful!
>> I have in the past found some of the missing pages on archive.org.  You
>> can paste urls there in the WayBackMachine box and see dated archives of
>> the page.  It would be great to put back some of that lost content (which I
>> think was lost in the Nokia -> Digia transition).
>> For outdated docs, it seems best to keep them somewhere (an archive
>> area?) or clearly label them, rather than removing them for now.  I suspect
>> some of these may be helpful to people trying to understand and move PySide
>> forward.
>> Thanks for offering to do this!
>> - Stephan
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