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Re: frescobaldi from git

From: Urs Liska
Subject: Re: frescobaldi from git
Date: Sat, 4 May 2019 16:17:25 +0200
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Am 04.05.19 um 16:08 schrieb Thomas Morley:
Am Sa., 4. Mai 2019 um 15:40 Uhr schrieb Urs Liska <address@hidden>:

You *did* read this guide= ?

I couldn't find anything helpful.

What is a pity is that you can't add any custom content on the "organization"'s home page, which would be, which is where I would mainly want to have information on the various repositories (instead of just the list of them) and things like links to websites and/or wikis.

Now that you provided the link, I _searched_ the site on for "wiki"
and found something, following it, I finally found the guide.

(which was heavily discussed on this list).
Must have miss it or forgotten about it.

May I suggest to provide a direct link to the wiki in

I'll do that. I didn't really have in mind (in this case) that this is the document that will be rendered on the landing page.

Even trying to reproduce the above listed steps once more, I _again_
failed to find the wiki-link and had to search again.

Maybe now that I know there's probably a wiki I may come to grips how
to use openLilyLib as well.

A link I've also shared multiple times on this list. And this is the more specific reason why I would want a customized organization page on Github. With Frescobaldi it's clear which is the "main" repository but with openLilyLib it is far from self-evident (although one *could* infer) that there is one repository oll-core that has the Wiki ...

I'm on Ubuntu-18.04 64-bit

18.04 is not explicitly mentioned there but Linux Mint 19 is based on
Ubuntu 18.04, so there should be no problems.

I've added it to the Wiki page.



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