--- Comment #5 from Daniel J. R. May <daniel.may(a)danieljrmay.com> ---
(In reply to Per Bothner from comment #2)
Some preliminary informal comments, based on just the GitHub
These are my personal opinions/suggestions as a Fedora user, not a Fedora
First of all thank you so much for taking the time to look at this & sorry for
taking so long to reply - I have been away for the last couple of weeks.
* I think you need to make a case for why this should be in Fedora.
would be helpful if you linked to some web-page that actually uses the
library - i.e. some real-life non-trivial web-page (with non-trivial
styling). Perhaps documentation or the home page for some other Fedora
package (or proposed package).
I think you are absolutely correct! As it stands this project shows a little
promise but it is not mature enough yet. On reflection, my desire to submit it
to Fedora must have been a flash of middle-aged over-exuberance! I'm rather
glad to see that I'm still capable of a bit over-exuberance! ;-)
However, I think the correct thing to do is withdraw this Fedora submission and
go again when/if the software is more mature, fully-featured, documented and
with real-life non-trivial examples of use in the wild. It current existence on
github and COPR are appropriate for now.
* How does your navigator deal with multiple pages? It seems it can
useful for navigating a single-page document. This limits its usefulness.
For comparison, I wrote a side-bar navigator for Kawa that handles
navigation both between and within pages. For example try:
. It might be useful to combine your logic for watching scrolling into my
Correct. As it stands it is a one-page only thing. Thank you for the links I
will have a look into your suggestion.
be a concern for some people, and limit take-up - and possibly its
suitability for Fedora.
I was unaware of this - a really good point!
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