[Distutils] PyPI template improvements
ianb at colorstudy.com
Thu Jun 17 19:56:27 CEST 2010
Two from me:
* Make the textareas not do a hard wrap in the package info edit screen.
Right now you can't edit (or even save without editing) the metadata for
packages with long lines without breaking them, which includes breaking long
* Kind of relatedly, make long descriptions wrap in some fashion. Right now
if you have a plain-text long_description for your project without newlines
it just gets really wide. I think that'd be fixable with just CSS.
On Wed, Jun 16, 2010 at 4:14 PM, Simon de Vlieger <simon at ikanobori.jp>wrote:
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> Hey all,
> the recent activity on this mailinglist has kickstarted my contributing
> sense. As long as the mirroring debate is still ongoing I will focus my
> In this regard I have a few questions before I really dig into these
> - - Is there a list of improvements, maybe a nice TODO of points which
> people want to see improved?
> - - How are design changes handled, is there a committee to run them
> through? People who decide on what gets in and what not? (I'll outline some
> of my first thoughts lower in this mail)
> - - What are the supported browser versions by PyPI, I reckon it's
> IE6/7/8+, Fx 2+, Opera 9+ Safari 4+?
> The changes I have on my personal 'todo list' are:
> - - Add labels to all forms.
> - - Make tables consistent width (see for example the table in the top of
> the "Browse packages" page and compare with the table when you actually
> select one of the classifiers).
> - - Restyle the metadata display on package pages and move it up in the
> - - Have downloads readily available on the right side of the screen (at
> least the latest release).
> - - Look sternly at the top right floating account information page.
> - - Look at the your details page where the form does not align with the
> right floating profile box.
> - - Make one consistent styling for all forms. Include help texts in all
> There are more things I want to do, but this is the start.
> I have already cloned Tarek's PyPI clone on Bitbucket and I'll add my
> changes there.
> Is there anything you guys (and the users) would really like to see
> Simon de Vlieger
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