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#21
IMO THE only thing that's need to e changed is the whope software forum. right now it has everything of all versions of maemo, meego and Jolla. We should have applications per OS sorted. This is the only thing I think is needed to do (and dissecting that section).
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Yeah, the all-os forums are a bit annoying, though some apps are maintained cross platform
 

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Originally Posted by shadowjk View Post
Yeah, the all-os forums are a bit annoying, though some apps are maintained cross platform
Can't these threads be symlinked, so they appear in all appropiate sections. I have seen forum software which could do that, the actual thread in more than one subforum.
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#24
Not related to what has been discussed in this thread, but it fits the title:

I'd like to have a sane default post date format.
By "sane" I mean big endian (dd-mm-yyyy) or little endian (yyyy-mm-dd), not middle endian (mm-dd-yyyy).
By "default" I mean what I see when I'm not logged in. I don't like to be logged in all the time and both middle endian as well as context-sensitive format changes confuse me.

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^^^ Yes! And a sane default time zone too. GMT would do nicely, but I may be biased
 

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Originally Posted by pichlo View Post
^^^ Yes! And a sane default time zone too. GMT would do nicely, but I may be biased
Well the forum was originally hosted in the US so this is why the date and timezone is like that.

Maybe this is an appropriate thread.
http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php?t=89503
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Originally Posted by sixwheeledbeast;1409179[url
http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php?t=89503[/url]
Then it shouldn't be a big deal to switch to generic and on all parts of world non-possible-to-misinterpret date format. Time should be of course UTC/GMT (in general).
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#28
I'm wondering if Council (is there even such thing in Maemo?), Board (same thing) or any other Entitled Entity (tm) is going to do Anything (tm again) to implement at least some of requests?

Before one well known rager starts trolling me - NO, by "anything" i don't mean coding it by Entity, or some magic "poof!" to meet my "demands". I merely mean some kind of activity, that one would expect from Council, Board, or whatsthehell Entity - like, actively seeking knowledgeable volunteers that could do the work (creating thread with announcement that individuals with certain skills are needed, stating that as topic for Maemo's IRC etc).

Current approach of "let's not search for volunteers, they should find us and bring their ideas themselves, asking us to kindly provide access" doesn't seem to be very effective, to say at least. Not to mention that some activity by Entity in *any* matter would be great, too - Currently, guy like me is genuinely (without any irony) unaware if any "governing" body ever exist for Maemo. If I would be forced to bet now, I would say "no", as I haven't seen any action from their side, since "fundraiser cellar on fire" or something like that.

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Originally Posted by peterleinchen View Post
Then it shouldn't be a big deal to switch to generic and on all parts of world non-possible-to-misinterpret date format. Time should be of course UTC/GMT (in general).
Updated to GMT (without DST so it is UTC actually) - date format is now extended ISO yyyy-mm-dd with time in 24h HH:mm
 

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#30
I would like to see on the profile page a list which you can self maintain and list own projects or important contributions made to the community and linking to the thread/post.
I know you can look into the thread starters but sometimes you not startet the thread and made only an important post.

Or maybe a link to a users wiki page where you can list everything.

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