[Sugar-devel] Design ideas for a.sl.o and sugarlabs
joshcwilliams at gmail.com
Fri Feb 27 02:22:55 EST 2009
Thanks for the kind words. That's a good idea for providing a screen
shot, that's what they do at addons.mozilla.org . It might be somewhat
difficult however to implement an enlargeable thumbnail because the
developers would have to create two images, and I would probably have to
a.sl.o code. I haven't looked at the code yet, so I don't know what the
developers are looking at when they're uploading an activity or what
would be involved for me, but it's a good idea.
Carol Farlow Lerche wrote:
> I think a simple design such as Josh's is ideal to use for all kid
> facing pages. The school server could benefit from a similar theme.
> Personally, while I think someone talented (as Josh obviously is)
> could make a related theme for adults and kids, it is much more
> important to have a less text-intensive, more kid-friendly face for
> the target audience, which is kids. One comment on the design
> itself...perhaps have a thumbnail screenshot of the activity visible
> for enlargement if available? We could encourage authors to supply
> one when the activity is submitted.
> 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 <http://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
> <http://build.gnome.org> and www.gnome.org <http://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,
> > Wade
> > On Thu, Feb 19, 2009 at 11:10 AM, ,Josh williams
> <joshcwilliams at gmail.com <mailto:joshcwilliams at gmail.com>>
> > wrote:
> >> Hi, I'm working on the design of sugar labs add-ons with Mick
> >> I've created a mock up at
> >> 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
> skills, but
> >> 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
> >> please let me know.
> >> Thanks
> >> Josh
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