For example, until I created an account and started digging around in your repos, I was still a bit confused about whether Codeberg was an instance of software primarily developed by another group (like NotaBug.org), or an instance of self-developed software (like GitLab.com). From what I can tell, it’s more like NotaBug, except using Gitea instead of Gogs. This is the sort of thing an about page could clarify for the curious.
@strypey : that’s good feedback, thank you. If you like, you might check out https://codeberg.org/Codeberg/build-deploy-gitea/, and help improving content! Static pages can be added in folder etc/gitea/public/, the welcome page (not logged in) is in etc/gitea/templates/home.tmpl.
I realize this issue is a bit old, and that I don’t know what has been done since then. As a newcomer to Codeberg I just wanted to add a suggestion: If not logged in, the main page https://codeberg.org shows a nice page with a big logo and a few paragraphs (“An Unprecedented Revolution”, …, “Our Mission”). This page could be used as /about for a start. I had this idea because this page seems to be no longer accessible as soon as you are logged in.
Yes, something like that.
I wanted a much simpler start page and then make the current the about page with maybe even more content.
on https://codeberg-test.org there is a simplified version of the start page.
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