XSF Communications Team - 2020-05-05

  1. jcbrand

    I never included pictures when I wrote the newsletter

  2. jcbrand

    I'll ask if there's a place where we can host images. I still don't think they should be in the GitHub repo

  3. emus

    jcbrand: But in the previous newsletters with pictures. Did they host those on github? I mean the website, is it made of those github websites?

  4. jcbrand

    No, they simply copied and pasted URLs of images hosted somewhere else.

  5. emus

    Ah okay. We can do so too if thats easier?

  6. emus

    So I implement ment the links in what formating? Is there an example?

  7. peetah

    je te rapelle que le devis prevoit 30€/m2 pour le carelage

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  10. peetah

    emus: you're looking for the format of images in markdown ?

  11. peetah

    I think it is ![caption text](URL)

  12. emus

    peetah: Okay thank - is that sufficient to use for publishing?

  13. jcbrand

    I'm not really a fan of this approach, but you can do it like that yes

  14. emus

    jcbrand: But I think then we should publish not from github. We are restricted from two sides with your argumentation. I mean how does publishing work exactly? I think one solution can be to ask the sources if they agree that we link to their website and they might experience higher traffic?

  15. emus

    https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/11741404/78500981-f38b2a80-7759-11ea-97b5-a15567a2a30a.png this one would be hosted on github anyway