Friday, March 29, 2019¶
Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market¶
“A Dark Day for the Web: EU Parliament Approves Damaging Copyright Rules” (Timothy Vollmer in Creative Commons Newsletter, 2019-03-26)
My comment: Has somebody tried to compute how much human power and public money has been used in the last five years for this discussion? I don’t know the number, but we probably agree that it is huge. What a waste of money and energy! It is wasted since it goes into the wrong direction. I wrote a blog post in the Lutsu project and invite everybody to sign the Manifesto.
Tonis, Hamza and I had some fun with getting the test suites to pass again after several days of three committers working frantically.
After upgrading to Sphinx 2.0 the
tickets_table directive is broken.
I threw it away without tears.
I moved the last doctree (the german tera docs, Lino Tera Benutzerhandbuch) from the manuals repository to its due place (/dedocs in Lino Tera). And then I deleted the manuals repository on GitHub: Your repository “lino-framework/manuals” was successfully deleted.
Docs about chooser¶
I started #2930 (Add documentation about choosers to the dev guide) :
I converted the
lino_book.projects.chooser demo project and to something usable
and moved the docstring of its
models.py module to Chooser examples.
Hamza, the ticket is not done. I just did the conversion so that you have a base to work with. The page is currently just a series of tested examples. The real task is to change this document into a readable and understandable introduction to the concept of choosers. That’s much more work, and I hope that you are more talented than me for this.