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Mike Macgirvin

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Mike Macgirvin
 High Range, Australia 
1.14 is probably the last official hubzilla release prior to 2.0, which will be released sometime in December in the absence of significant roadblocks.

Any developers (real or aspiring) who wish to see any features or documentation or translation improvements in 2.0 are advised to start working on them soon and give us a chance to review them. Tick, tock.
Mike Macgirvin
  
In 1.14 I've created the infrastructure so you can have directories of help information with table of contents indexes in each. The table of contents (if present) is loaded into the sidebar. You can see an example in the doc/project directory - which shows sort of how to extend this organisation to the rest of the documentation. Most of the existing documentation is all currently crammed into the top level folder. It would be most useful to start organising it all into folders. All of the roadmap and todo stuff belongs in its own folder, (perhaps called 'planning' or something like that) with an index file.
Mike Macgirvin
  
Incidentally typing ?roadmap into the search bar at the top of the page worked for me to quickly find both versions of the roadmap documentation.
cer
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I swear it didn't work last time ;)
Mike Macgirvin
 High Range, Australia 
Here's what I want:


% zotsh
zothub.com% hub parlementum.net
parlementum.net% ls
    encycl                             
    chaos                             
    haakon                             
    who                             
    fri                             
    antiprism                             
    art
        ...
parlementum.net% cd encycl/ePubs
parlementum.net/encycl/ePubs% get Anatole*.epub
Anatole France _ The Revolt of the Angels - Anatole France.epub   - 397kb copied
parlementum.net/encycl/ePubs% quit
% ls Anatole*
Anatole France _ The Revolt of the Angels - Anatole France.epub


#makeithappen
Mike Macgirvin
  
If your operating system has python installed with all the correct modules, yes. This is independent of your browser.
Mike Macgirvin
  
Alexandre Hannud Abdo
  
There might not be a python module, but there are similar human models which code python ;-)

http://www.pyladies.com/