Ok... So we seem to have gotten up to chapter 8 now. Does anyone mind if I have a go at chapter 9 (p149-p168)? This whole project looks really cool and is something I've been wishing we had for a while!
So thats the first few pages of two chapters I've done unneccecerily now then. Anyone mind if I try 21? Not an even number, not directly after something anyone else is doing. Although there's probably someone else working on it in secret somewhere now too.
I've only just started so only have 3-4 pages of 21 so far, I deleted the ones from Ch 9 and 10 as had to create extra tags for them so didn't want to make duplicate but slightly different tags to someone already working on them!
Ok, I submitted chapter 21 updates. I submitted a pull request, I don't know if I can update directly, but I don't want to at the moment anyway since this is my first time trying to edit and I don't want to mess it up! Can someone review it and let me know if it works?
As you suggested I cloned your repo from GitHub direct to my local (mac) here, edited some stuff and ran a commit & sync. Files are still listed as Unsynced Commits here. Looking at your repository on GitHub it does show as read-only.
Just ran a local to GitHub sync again, I'm seeing changes to readme and demo, and now conflicts for index.txt
Tagging Q: Robots of the type Robot was originally, the S series, is Seraph a good tag rather than the more generic Robots I've been using tagging Ch 41 - or was Seraph something else?
crap, i was wondering if i should tag them as something more than "Robots" for ch 33 but didn't. imma run through and tag them as Seraph. (snipergirl, hold that email) also you've added some tags since i did 844-900 last night so my new tags/definitions may have some overlap
The way I did it was to do the edits in text file, then do a sync in the github program to ensure you don't erase someone elses work, then commit your edits, then sync again to upload them. It worked for me in the end with sniper girl talking me through every step!
Ch21 done and synced with the main file earlier btw. I'll work forward from here later this evening, so Ch 22 onwards. Ooh a flashback chapter.
EDIT: RE robots. I would assume that generic robots just get the robots tag, but named ones (sereph series, boxbot, robox, doorbot, etc) get their own tag? I suppose just think about what people are likely to want to search for.
Agree w. philman re robot tagging. I think that SRobot or SSeries would be the best because that's how we know of them (S1, M1, etc are specific named robutts for the RobotTomb, and I had to think a bit to remember what a seraph was) and the description could say that it's a seraph/angel shaped robutt? -> however whatever everyone thinks is more recognisable/sensible will do me
Thanks spritz, phil, louis, morph for the edits Seeing the gaps fill in is wunderbar!
And louis, your python-fu has inspired me to learn more python! I tried reverse engineering your gun.py just for learning purposes and i am really impressed with how beautiful writing it is, and fast! No more PHP for me unless i have to!
Robots: They need tagging with both the generic (Robots) - because they are robots and should not be excluded from the wider group - and specific (Seraph or whatever model) - 'cause people may want to search on either. Any page with Robot should, logically, also be tagged Robots. That's what I've done with the Seraph model anyway. I did, in passing, find a reference to that style from Kat as Seraph so that's what I'm going with for now.
I'll add credits to spritznar, morpheus and philman to the page credits.
Just to better show the gaps we have yet fill I've put up all the chapter pages
Python-fu: not really, I just like the look'n'feel of it compared with, say, Ruby or Perl, but I merely dabble.