I will change the tone of the button… user experience is all about the button… it is based on the bootstrap danger color scheme for buttons which i remember. Basically, the danger colour serves as a warning to the user.
But I will tone it down…also, I will look to hide it to non-admin
This is what I hate on the concept of pull request. You’re completely hanging, even if you did a good job with an amount of work. Nobody likes just waiting, with no feedback, completely clueless whether there will be one ever.
Look, for instance, at the wiki plugin. I dropped 2 PRs there with IMHO important fixes, but either nobody cares, or just ignores them.
So what? I’m working with my patched version and try to forget my contribution.
But this is not the way I think FOSS development should work.
Yeh I fully understand… I’m not a developer by profession… I just learn what I use and try to improve it. I think Frederic has limited the success of Kanboard, which is not healthy for FOSS at all.
If my work on the new readme and plugins json doesnt get approved, I will obviously look at alternative ways to use Kanboard and then look for a replacement. It is sad, but Frederic doesn’t realise how behind Kanboard is in features and user experience… just read half of reddit about people looking for kanban style projects and see what they have to say about Kanboard.
Creecros should be running Kanboard. His proactive approach to the project is very supportive of FOSS. At least he doesnt ever make you feel ignored.