[MEI-L] Where to report customization service bugs?

Daniel Röwenstrunk roewenstrunk at edirom.de
Sun Aug 4 11:26:47 CEST 2013

Hi Thomas,

I'm not quite sure what plans Johannes is talking about… My plan with the service is to keep it most separate from other services and thus most flexible in regards of integration and use. I intend to publish the code on GitHub and so reporting errors at Google Code wouldn't be very helpful. Actually, I created a repository on GitHub just a second ago: https://github.com/Edirom/custoMEIzation (the code will follow soon…). So, please report the issue there.


Am 04.08.2013 um 11:07 schrieb Johannes Kepper <kepper at edirom.de>:

> Hi Thomas,
> I admit that this is somewhat tricky. All references should be relative to the driver.xml file in the repository, but when checking the current situation, I just noticed that the CSS is not contained in the zip you get from custom.music-encoding.org. So the current behavior is definitely faulty, and you should report that an Google Code. However, we already planned to revise the service and integrate it better with the website itself. Looking at our current schedule, this won't happen before September, and even September is pretty dense already… You may have to be patient, or you could volunteer ;-)
> Best,
> Johannes
> Am 04.08.2013 um 07:11 schrieb TW:
>> Hi all,
>> would it make sense to report problems with the customization service
>> via the Google Code issue tracker?
>> The problem:  When generating guidelines, the CSS files are missing
>> and the image links point to the wrong directory (or the images are in
>> the wrong directory, depending on what perspective you take).
>> Have a nice Sunday!
>> Thomas
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