[maemo-community] Community Page (and responding to Neils)

From: Tim tim at samoff.com
Date: Tue Dec 23 17:00:15 EET 2008
Hmmm... Personally, I would code it so that every image on Planet fit
into a certain dimension parameter (150px X 150px or something). Then,
the page would always look consistent. On other page, I would always
add images as clickable thumbnails so that people could view the
larger image if need be. But... That's just me.

It seems like images should be adjusted for thre page parameters, not
the page altered for the image parameters.

--- Original message follows ---
SUBJECT: Re: Community Page (and responding to Neils)
FROM:  Niels Breet 
TO: "Tim" ,"List for community development" 
CC: "Dave Neary" ,"Glaubert Oliveira" ,"List for community
DATE: 12/23/2008 7:35 am
On Tue, December 23, 2008 15:14, Tim wrote:
> Good idea, Dave...
> As I said, there are a few little things to fix, but they're all (I
> think) textual -- so fixing them won't be an issue.
> In responding to Neils about having a page w/out a sidebar... I
> understand why you may need something like
this, but may I propose
> compromise? Can every page have a sidebar (even if limited in
content ant
> "short") w/ a short introduction to what the page is on the top
> (in the main content area next to the sidebar). The sidebar might
> contain a few minor navigational elements. Like this:

Hi Tmi,

The fluid wrapping works only for text. Sometimes we need to have
images in documentation or we have a blog post with a larger image on
planet page. Now we hack around it by forcing the first item on the
to a smaller size.

Also, we sometimes need to include from external applications, so we
wrap the page header and footer around it. It would be nice if the
then would fill the body and not leave an empty sidebar.

> I'm proposing this because I'm a little hesitant to say we should
> have pages without a sidebar. But, I'd love to hear about examples
> this would be true.

Niels Breet
maemo.org webmaster
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
URL: http://lists.maemo.org/pipermail/maemo-community/attachments/20081223/5609cda7/attachment.htm 
More information about the maemo-community mailing list