improve the new extensions and templates website
Work with Andreas to add more help and encourage users to upload their own extensions and templates:
- Step-by-step help text
- Video demos to link / embed
#2 Updated by Florian Effenberger about 1 year ago
Any concrete details or progress on this? Still realistic for Q3? I know Andreas is absent at the moment, which might delay things in case his feedback is required
#3 Updated by Mike Saunders about 1 year ago
- Target version changed from Q3/2017 to Q4/2017
No big progress yet as other tasks have come up, and with LibOCon around the corner let's bump this to Q4. If Andreas is at LibOCon, though, I could arrange to meet with him and come up with a solid plan.
#4 Updated by Florian Effenberger about 1 year ago
No big progress yet as other tasks have come up, and with LibOCon around
the corner let's bump this to Q4. If Andreas is at LibOCon, though, I
could arrange to meet with him and come up with a solid plan.
#6 Updated by Florian Effenberger about 1 year ago
Andreas Mantke wrote:
Sorry, but I'll not be at the LibOCon this year.
If you're up to that, Mike could work with you on this via e-mail, and Guilhem and Cloph could help rolling out the changes if needed?
#7 Updated by Mike Saunders 11 months ago
To move this along, Andreas, what do you think are the most important things the site needs? In my opinion:
- Some design improvements (eg "Log in Register" at the top all looks like one link, and there are various bits with green on grey which are hard to read)
- A guide to making and submitting a template – either in step-by-step form, or a video
For the first one, if there's an admin interface for customising the theme and layout, and you don't mind giving me credentials, my username is "mikesaunders".
#8 Updated by Andreas Mantke 11 months ago
Improvements to the look of the extensions-templates-website has to be done within the buildout hosted on github.com:
The theming lives here:
And the policy of the site is hosted here:
Thus it is necessary that you get a clone of the github-repo, create a Plone instance with buildout and run a Plone instance in debug mode.
You need to follow the instructions for theme development here then:
#9 Updated by Andreas Mantke 11 months ago
@Mike I installed the npm and worked on the css for the 'log in / register' box. There is a space between this both entries now. Hope that helps.
If you want to work yourself on the css I could give you some hints to setup your test-/dev-environment.
#10 Updated by Florian Effenberger 8 months ago
- Target version changed from Q4/2017 to Q2/2018
Mike Saunders, can we get a status update on what's been done and what upcoming steps you envision?
Anything that urgently needs doing? Then we can factor that in accordingly :-)
#11 Updated by Florian Effenberger 8 months ago
To add on that, we might also do some wider outreach, collect feedback and proposals from the community and try to work on the things jointly - things don't necessarily have to end up at your desk only, Mike
#12 Updated by Florian Effenberger 7 months ago
Let's discuss this in the next team call, as it fell of the agenda for the all-in call. Can you remind me in time to add it the agenda? :-)