|10:52, 22 September 2010||Annew|
|11:14, 22 September 2010||Yurchor||(Reply to "Chatty" pages - hard to mark up )|
|11:18, 22 September 2010||Annew||(Reply to "Chatty" pages - hard to mark up )|
|11:31, 23 September 2010||Annew||(Reply to "Chatty" pages - hard to mark up )|
Some pages have a chatty style that is difficult to mark up. Sometimes I am marking features as menuchoices, when they are not exactly so. I don't know whether this is the best approach, or not, so I'd appreciate advice. Examples of such are the KOffice pages, KWord, KSpread, KPresenter etc..
imho, these pages are by no means documentation, rather advertisement pages. Hence, there is no sense to use the same markup. Much more easily to use common wiki markup (quotes for emphasis, bold, etc.) for these pages.
OK, I'll go through the KOffice pages and change those. If you meet similar inappropriate stuff, please change them and accept my apologies for the extra work.
Your description "rather advertisement pages" is, of course, exactly what they were in the first place, when UserBase was conceived as a showcase for apps, rather than as a place for documentation.
A discussion which started from the same place: Talk:Translation_Workflow#Use_of_menuchoice_tag_421. I'd like your input, please.