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bkuhn
Add TODO about code listings.
Some feedback from mlinksva:

* it'd be nice to prominently link to pdf or other single-page version of the guide so that those who prefer scrolling rather than clicking through long-form documents and in-browser searching whole long-form document are satisfied
* it'd be nice to link to template and wiki sources (or maybe they are all in one repo; I don't know ikiwiki well)
* by-sa license icon cries out for more branding! FSF and Consevancy logos in footer, maybe right aligned?
* something odd about /about /about/about /about/colophon links (and seem not present now)
* /guide/ link to gitorious is broken due to rename
* no history link for each page (usually by recent changes, etc) loses major wiki affordance, cf <https://ikiwiki.info/users/joey/> ... looks to require [configuration](https://ikiwiki.info/pagehistory/)
* no diff link in rcentchanges loses major wiki affordance, cf <https://ikiwiki.info/recentchanges/> ... looks to require [plugin](https://ikiwiki.info/plugins/recentchangesdiff/)
* "This Page's Discussion" link obtains "Error: bad page name".
* look into lstlisting to see if we can do code highlighting or otherwise
  better presentation of it in HTML.
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Open questions back to mlinksva from bkuhn:

* copyleft.org logo clipped by a few pixels on the right in Firefox, but goes away at certain magnifications, not present in Chromium. Seems related to svg. Getting rid of the svg and just always displaying bitmap fixes.

   * I think the above was merely a width/height setting issue, which appears fixed now.  Can you confirm?

      * It isn't fixed. Seems Firefox has some long term problems with unwanted SVG [clipping](https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1056949). I will try to reproduce and file.

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I think this is a WONT_FIX:

* fixed position/never scrolling header and footer wastes space, apparent on long page like <http://copyleft.org/recentchanges/>

   * I'm going to ask Karen what she thinks about this.  I don't really care,
     and wonder if it's better that way for branding.  I'll leave it as is
     for now.

      * Make sure you look on a small screen device.