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Bug #1021

Cannot add custom RSS feeds to new-design website

Added by Martin Srebotnjak almost 7 years ago. Updated over 4 years ago.

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Normal
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SilverStripe
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Description

I am the administrator of the Slovenian sites (both old design and new).

I have a problem - in the new (and as far as I can remember also in the old interface) I cannot add custom RSS feeds.


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#1

Updated by Martin Srebotnjak almost 7 years ago

  • Subject changed from Cannot add custom RSS feeds to Slovenian new-design website to Cannot add custom RSS feeds to new-design website
#2

Updated by Martin Srebotnjak almost 7 years ago

Here is the screenshot of the feeds addition interface - no add or edit buttons are there, so there is no way to add a rss feed.

#3

Updated by Martin Srebotnjak almost 7 years ago

FYI, I am using OS X and Firefox 35.

#4

Updated by Florian Effenberger over 6 years ago

  • Assignee set to Christian Lohmaier
#5

Updated by Florian Effenberger over 6 years ago

Just a quick update so you know we did not forget about you ;-)

Cloph is currently involved in maintenance of our infrastructure, which will bind resources for this week presumably, by migrating machines to new hosts
Sorry for the delay here, we'll get back to you as soon as possible

To avoid those sort of delays in the future, I'm also trying to spread Silverstripe knowledge a bit further: http://www.mail-archive.com/website@global.libreoffice.org/msg13796.html

From what I heard from Cloph, it seems to be a right assign problem in newer Silverstripe versions that needs fixing

#6

Updated by Martin Srebotnjak over 6 years ago

Florian Effenberger wrote:

Just a quick update so you know we did not forget about you ;-)

Cloph is currently involved in maintenance of our infrastructure, which will bind resources for this week presumably, by migrating machines to new hosts
Sorry for the delay here, we'll get back to you as soon as possible

Thanks, Florian, for the update :)

#7

Updated by Florian Effenberger over 6 years ago

I feel bad you have to wait for so long :-(
Silverstripe is quied tied to Christian, we try to spread the word with
a webcast and get new volunteers involved soon

Cloph is involved in a lot of projects at the moment, but hopefully can
catch up soon

Sorry again!

#8

Updated by Christian Lohmaier over 6 years ago

  • Status changed from New to Closed

Added permission management to the feeds-objects, so editors can now create new and edit existing feeds
Editing is disabled if the feed is used on more than one homepage, to prevent people editing other site's feeds (admin can edit nevertheless of course)
deleting is restricted to the case where the feed is assigned to no page (no override for admin either - in this case really bother to unselect the feeds (or override in the php for that edit)

#9

Updated by Martin Srebotnjak over 6 years ago

OK, I can edit the Slovenian feed, thanks, and add new feeds.

I cannot edit the description of the site-default feeds, like TDF Blog feed and LO Blog feed, as you wrote, but I think it is a shame, because words "Posts" and "from LibreOffice official blog" should be made localizable (at least in my case I would write these posts are in English, so I would have strings "Objave" and "z uradnega bloga LibreOffice (v ang.)".

Should I add another ticked to include custom Twiter feeds? We have a Slovenian twitter account (@slolibre) and one of the English ones should be replaced by it.

#10

Updated by Christian Lohmaier over 6 years ago

I don't think it makes sense to localize the headings, as the contents
of those feeds are in English. - So there is little point in having a
local heading but then all English content. I see the contents of the
feed as a unit with the caption under what it is listed.

If you want to use a different label for those feeds, you can create
separate feed entries.

For twitter accounts, there IIRC is already separate ticket.

#11

Updated by Martin Srebotnjak over 6 years ago

Yeah, my translated sting actually has the very important ending, "(ang.)" which means "(in English)".
This is an excuse to native speakers to have a non-localized content included in one's page.
Otherwise it does not matter how many other strings are localizable if at all.
Maybe other sites should have a string like that to localize (in English language)" so that would pop up at every such widget.

I searched the redmine for the Twitter account bug but could not find it.

#12

Updated by Jean Spiteri over 4 years ago

  • Category changed from Webserver to SilverStripe

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