~amolith

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I'm a Linux sysadmin and I run open source services for free on NixNet.

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~amolith/willow

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~amolith/public-tracker

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~amolith/libremedia

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#47 Add an informative sticky footer 12 days ago

v0.0.1 added by ~amolith on ~amolith/willow

#47 Add an informative sticky footer 12 days ago

enhancement added by ~amolith on ~amolith/willow

#47 Add an informative sticky footer 12 days ago

backend added by ~amolith on ~amolith/willow

#47 Add an informative sticky footer 12 days ago

frontend added by ~amolith on ~amolith/willow

#48 Move to a single column layout with Popover dialog 12 days ago

enhancement added by ~amolith on ~amolith/willow

#48 Move to a single column layout with Popover dialog 12 days ago

frontend added by ~amolith on ~amolith/willow

#43 Dual columns not centred 12 days ago

Comment by ~amolith on ~amolith/willow

Superseded by #48

REPORTED RESOLVED INVALID

#48 Move to a single column layout with Popover dialog 12 days ago

Comment by ~amolith on ~amolith/willow

I'd like to suggest this is a perfect use for the new browser native -- so no Javascript required -- Popover API.

no Javascript required

The checkbox I was looking for! This sounds like a fine idea.

The decision then is whether the release notes should appear as a non-modal tool tip style box (preferably with some visual connection to the relevant project card) or a full modal dialog style that uses the whole browser window. Personally I favour the latter because many projects have very big release notes.

I lean towards the latter as well, ensuring the worst case is best supported and going from there.

The one caveat with the Popover API is it only reached 'Baseline' browser support in April 2024 when Firefox finally added support, so anyone stuck on an old browser release may have issues.

I don't mind requiring recent releases as long as the feature is standardised and doesn't rely on JS.

I'm happy to take a crack at implementing this if you're willing to let go of the two column layout...

Sure! I have heard complaints about it not using enough of the viewport horizontally (which this would exacerbate), but I'm not sure what to do about that yet. Personally, I much prefer scanning shorter lines in multiple columns to horizontal-screen-fulls of text.

#47 Add an informative sticky footer 12 days ago

Comment by ~amolith on ~amolith/willow

  • Link to Willow home page
  • Link to the issue queue

These are easy enough to add, I can do it after merging your Codeberg PR this evening.

  • Current running version of Willow

This one's a bit harder, but I'd like to see it added as well. I'll do some research and figure out how to make it happen.

#13 React to git open error deciding whether to clone 28 days ago

Comment by ~amolith on ~amolith/willow

Amolith referenced this ticket in commit c199e0c.

REPORTED RESOLVED IMPLEMENTED