[IAEP] Design for a.sl.o and sugarlabs
dfarning at sugarlabs.org
Thu Feb 26 11:04:43 EST 2009
On Fri, Feb 27, 2009 at 9:38 AM, Wade Brainerd <wadetb at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey Josh, thanks for the offer of help!
> I definitely like your simple and kid-friendly theme for addons. I wonder
> off the top of my head though, if it makes sense to make addons.sl.o look
> *more* like the other sl.o sites?
Have you gotten a chance to look at the aslo code?
Things are kind of confusing right now
> with the different styles of wiki, trac, addons, schools, gitorious, api,
> buildbot, etc. planet is the lone exception, it seems to follow
> wiki.sugarlabs.org nicely :)
> It would be great if the Design Team could comment on this decision.
> Here are a couple other web infrastructure ideas:
> + Improve theming consistency among various SL.o sites.
> + Single sign on cookie among all SL.o sites - perhaps OpenID based.
> + Standard nav header atop all SL.o sites rather than the various nav
> headers in different places, with different links.
The various gnome sites such as build.gnome.org and www.gnome.org are
very nice examples of common theming tying sites together. Some thing
similar for SL would be great.
> + Better splash page for Gitorious, looking more like GitWeb - a page with a
> small search box at the top and the rest being a list of projects, sorted by
> recent activity, showing owner and last commit details
> Best regards,
> On Thu, Feb 19, 2009 at 11:10 AM, ,Josh williams <joshcwilliams at gmail.com>
>> Hi, I'm working on the design of sugar labs add-ons with Mick Weiss.
>> I've created a mock up at http://sugarlabs.org/go/AddonsPortal/Design
>> but I've haven't been able to contact anyone on the design team as of
>> yet. I would also like to volunteer some of my time for other projects.
>> I also know some PHP/MySQL and have a background in Linux. I also enjoy
>> creating icons, so if there are any activities developers that need
>> icons please contact me. My portfolio is over at http://tucsonlabs.com .
>> If you're a member of the design team or have some use for my skills,
>> please let me know.
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