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Subject Re: [Apache Bloodhound] #293: footer whitelabelling results in footer specifying different apache projects
Date Tue, 18 Dec 2012 11:37:36 GMT
#293: footer whitelabelling results in footer specifying different apache
  Reporter:  gjm        |      Owner:  gjm
      Type:  defect     |     Status:  needinfo(new)
  Priority:  critical   |  Milestone:  Release 4
 Component:  dashboard  |    Version:
Resolution:             |   Keywords:

Comment (by gjm):

 Replying to [comment:3 peter]:
 > 1. Just checking: This is how it has been before whitelabeling efforts
 or am I missing something?

 Before whitelabelling, we didn't need to consider the consistency of
 branding when the name gets changed.

 > 2. What does this ticket suggest? That the "Apache TM" also comes from
 trac.ini? Is ApacheTM mandatory in footer? Is whilelabeler allowed to
 remove or change it? Should only the link be removed?

 This ticket only suggests that when somebody decides to make use of the
 whitelabelling to change the name to mylabel, they probably wouldn't
 expect to be calling themselves

     <p>Apache<sup>TM</sup> mylabel</p>

 If this is not just a facility for us to rename our own project, it would
 seem that this needs to be a bit more configurable.

 One relatively simple solution for this ticket would just to use
 {{{application_full}}}. Perhaps this is best for the moment. I expect that
 would probably be acceptable enough for the moment.

 For longer term, we might want to consider something like

 application_prefix = Apache
 application_prefix_link =
 application_short = Bloodhound

 such that we can say something like

 <div class="span8" py:with="labels=chrome.labels">
   Powered by <a
   <a href="${href.about()}">${labels.application_short}

 With so much configurability we may also want
 application_full = ' '.join((application_prefix, application_short))
 though perhaps only when {{{application_full}}} is not specified if there
 is a good reason to keep it.

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