[geeklog-devel] Simon or a replace of?
slord at marelina.com
Mon Dec 20 23:02:04 EST 2004
No problem. Technically Blaine and I have done this already, what's
missing is pretty much what you're looking for and that's a rough draft
for the design document. Basically we need to define a suite of
classes which will be attached to specific things such as story title,
story text, title background etc.
After that we just need to figure out how much of the site we want done
using div's as opposed to tables...
On Dec 20, 2004, at 10:20 PM, Tony Bibbs wrote:
> Sweet. Well, basically I know you had some input about how plugins
> and css, etc should work in GL2 to get around 1.3.x limitations.
> Could you list those out formally so I don't forget about them? When
> we get to a point where we need the look-and-feel stuff I'll
> definitley give you a buzz. My hopes is we'll start writing the
> article plugin soon which should produce plenty of UI stuff.
> Simon Lord wrote:
>> I'm here tony, not going anywhere. Just a little busy (busy finding
>> work mostly). If you need something let me know, I'll squeeze you
>> On Dec 20, 2004, at 5:41 PM, Tony Bibbs wrote:
>>> With GL2 getting off the ground, it would sure be nice if we had a
>>> look-and-feel sort of person on the team. I'm guessing Simon's days
>>> of filling this slot are over given his inactivity on this list. Is
>>> there someone that could fill this slot? Basically we need someone
>>> who knows CSS/XHTML inside and out, some decent graphics skills.
>>> What I'd be happy to start with is just a CSS that can be used.
>>> Should I just use the current GL 1.3.x as the default?
>>> I should probably post this opening on gl.net, huh? Regardless, I
>>> promise you won't want me doing any mock-ups...I know my
>>> limitations...pretty UI's is one of them.
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