Because it is a try and test work, only a how it can be. The haiku team can made it like they wont. But one thing is important, it need to be run able without Internet.
The welcome page is bundled in the releases, on the desktop, and viewable without internet.
Documentation is one of the very few cases where I think a browser will do a better job than a dedicated application.
Is this really true? i delete the desktop file for long time and just search for it in order to add it into my “first steps” example. I only found a bookmark connecting to the website, not from the disk. This to files different (desktop and the link to the welcome page included the system paths)?
This has been said 4 or 5 times already. The file is included in releases. It is not installed in nightlies which are made as small as possible to reduce storage space needed on our servers and download times.
I have clean up our tutorial finder (need to change all links and add new ones) and build a new hpkg. With this gui you can browse all tutorials of our knowledge base (old one).
UploadIt is a Tracker Add-On that uploads a single file to the online service The Null Pointer at https://0x0.st . The URL for the uploaded file is put into the clipboard after the upload has finished, ready to be pasted into an email, a chat window or forum post.
According to The Null Pointer, files can be max. 512 MiB and are held at least 30 days and max. a year. The bigger a file the shorter it’ll be available. There’s a nice ASCII art diagram on their website.
So it’s best suited to quickly upload a screnshot, syslog, etc. and forget about it. Not so much to backup files for posterity.
Very good idea, i like