Re: Different kind of weddingst, Vol 9, Issue 12

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Re: Different kind of weddingst, Vol 9, Issue 12

Erik De Richter




The list that Benny showed re. the different types of events would make a
great addition to the manual (and the wiki ). This would give the user a
good understanding about all alternatives already available.

Furthermore, it easier to complete the existing list with your own
eventtypes if you can see the full list instead of the creen drop-down list
, and give it a bit more thought before you add maybe something that could
already be used.

Maybe they are other interesting lists.

I know you can find this all back somewhere in the Py files , but the
normal end user will not use this information I guess

Erik


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Re: Different kind of weddingst, Vol 9, Issue 12

bm-7
Erik,

feel free to add the list to Glossary on the wiki for an explanation what is
meant, or a more convenient EventGlossary page with all the events.

You could even add a section in such a wiki with proposed names for
some custom
events.

Benny.

Quoting Erik De Richter <[hidden email]>:

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>
>
>
> The list that Benny showed re. the different types of events would make a
> great addition to the manual (and the wiki ). This would give the user a
> good understanding about all alternatives already available.
>
> Furthermore, it easier to complete the existing list with your own
> eventtypes if you can see the full list instead of the creen drop-down list
> , and give it a bit more thought before you add maybe something that could
> already be used.
>
> Maybe they are other interesting lists.
>
> I know you can find this all back somewhere in the Py files , but the
> normal end user will not use this information I guess
>
> Erik
>
>
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