[forge-dev] Fwd: JBoss Community Bootstrap theme release announcement
dan.j.allen at gmail.com
Wed Jun 12 16:01:26 EDT 2013
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 readers.
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:
On Wed, Jun 12, 2013 at 1:37 PM, George Gastaldi <ggastald at redhat.com>wrote:
> I think we should use it in our website. Thoughts?
> Início da mensagem encaminhada
> *De:* Ryszard Koźmik <rkozmik at redhat.com>
> *Data:* 12 de junho de 2013 16:29:55 BRT
> *Para:* jboss-dev-all R&D <jboss-dev-all at redhat.com>, thecore Core <
> thecore at redhat.com>
> *Cc:* Pete Muir <pmuir at redhat.com>, James Cobb <jcobb at redhat.com>, Mark
> Newton <mnewton at 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> or <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:
> http://static.jboss.org/theme/css/bootstrap-community/18.104.22.168/ - the
> 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 domain 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 README.md<https://github.com/jbossorg/bootstrap-community/blob/22.214.171.124/README.md> file
> 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 '
> www.jboss.org (Awestruct)' component of the
> http://issues.jboss.org/browse/ORG project.
> Staging and Trademarked Images
> In addition to the www_htdocs/<project> directories on filemgmt.jboss.org 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>-stg.jboss.org
> Similarly you can now upload any Red Hat trademarked images such as
> project logos, banners and desktops to an images_htdocs/<project> directory
> which makes them accessible from http://static.jboss.org/images/<project> 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,
> Ryszard Koźmik
> jboss.org Team
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