If we did go with this, we'd have to customize it, and I'm not really sure
that would put us in a better place than we are at right now.
On Mon, Jun 17, 2013 at 10:55 AM, Lincoln Baxter, III <
I don't like it. It's too vanilla.
On Thu, Jun 13, 2013 at 10:41 PM, <ggastald(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> Hi Dan,
> Yeah, couldn't agree more. These examples are really eye-catching.
> Also unsurprisingly they are Bootstrap-based websites too :)
> However I think we need to find a perfect color combo for the Forge
> website (something "catchy" like the purple and green in Arquillian).
> Any design expert volunteer to aid on this job ?
> Best Regards,
> George Gastaldi
> On 06/12/2013 05:01 PM, Dan Allen wrote:
> Overall it's a pretty good theme. I have a few critiques, though:
> 1. The content font size should go up at least one more pixel. The
> smaller it is, the easier it is to skim or skip.
> 2. The black text color should be no lighter than #444444 (it's
> currently #656565). Anything less than #444444 is just being mean to
> 3. I'd like to see some other colors than blue and gray. It looks too
> monotonous as is. (One of the best parts of Arquillian.org
is the purple
> and green! Don't fear color!!)
> p.s. Per the color point, here are some examples that pop:
> - http://jekyllrb.com
> - http://emberjs.com
> - http://pedestal.io/
> On Wed, Jun 12, 2013 at 1:37 PM, George Gastaldi <ggastald(a)redhat.com>wrote:
>> I think we should use it in our website. Thoughts?
>> Início da mensagem encaminhada
>> *De:* Ryszard Koźmik <rkozmik(a)redhat.com>
>> *Data:* 12 de junho de 2013 16:29:55 BRT
>> *Para:* jboss-dev-all R&D <jboss-dev-all(a)redhat.com>, thecore Core
>> *Cc:* Pete Muir <pmuir(a)redhat.com>, James Cobb <jcobb(a)redhat.com>,
>> Newton <mnewton(a)redhat.com>
>> *Assunto:* *JBoss Community Bootstrap theme release announcement*
>> The jboss.org
Team are proud to announce the release of the JBoss
>> Community Bootstrap theme aimed at projects wishing to host project pages
>> using the jboss.org
domain name (e.g. jboss.org/<project>
>> The theme is structured as an Awestruct project in order to act as a
>> starting point for development of project pages, principally through the
>> use of HAML layouts which have been confirmed to work well with the
>> to reference the compiled/hosted versions at:
>> first part of the version number represents the version of Bootstrap being
>> customised (here it is Bootstrap 2.3.1)
>> This ensures that the L&F for all projects using the jboss.org
>> has some form of consistency, rather than each project having their own
>> modifications and looking slightly different. Ideally all projects will
>> update to subsequent releases of the JBoss Community Bootstrap theme at the
>> same time but we recognise there may be some delay which could introduce
>> some inconsistencies.
>> Full instructions for use can be found in the
>> including System Requirements and steps to fork the repo contents into your
>> own GitHub organization in order to start your project.
>> You can find an example project site using the latest version of the
>> JBoss Community Bootstrap theme here:
>> If you'd like to report issues with the theme please use the '
(Awestruct)' component of the
>> Staging and Trademarked Images
>> In addition to the www_htdocs/<project> directories on
that contain the production versions of your project
>> websites you can now upload files to a stg_htdocs/<project> directory in
>> order to test them first on a staging domain name, e.g. <project>-
>> Similarly you can now upload any Red Hat trademarked images such as
>> project logos, banners and desktops to an images_htdocs/<project>
>> which makes them accessible from
as per legal requirements.
>> These can then be referenced in your project pages.
>> This release was a combined effort from the jboss.org
team and Eng Ops
>> with additional thanks going to Xavier Coulon, Jason Porter and Pete Muir
>> for reporting issues and suggesting fixes.
>> Best Regards,
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