[typo] Themes site
Syed Uzair Aqeel
uzair at nairang.org
Tue Jun 13 18:28:38 EDT 2006
How about an SVN repository for themes? I can see how the overhead of
maintaining them and their sheer size/number makes them poor candidates for
inclusion with Typo itself, but just having a central repository where we
can store themes (with the authors' approval of course) would help keep them
up-to-date. In the case of themes that are no longer being actively
maintained by the authors, users could commit patches so that the redundancy
of each user patching their local install by hand is removed.
If people think this is something worth doing, I'm happy to volunteer for
chasing authors about approvals.
> -----Original Message-----
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> bounces at rubyforge.org] On Behalf Of mathew
> Sent: Tuesday, June 13, 2006 6:31 PM
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> Subject: Re: [typo] Themes site
> phil wrote:
> > I started a thread on the Typo Theme Contest site about when the new
> site would be up, it's been what, 6 months since the contest ended? I
> realize that people have things to do outside of Typo, but I'd be happy to
> give the limited time I can to get things started. It would not take any
> time to get a basic page together, and then fancy it up later. As it
> stands you have to go through 14 pages on the contest site to get to all
> the themes, and quite a few of the links are broken.
> Most of the themes are also broken on the current typo trunk, and the
> stable release is really out of date. I think that's probably why nobody
> has put together a theme directory.
> > Chasing down themes from the old URLs show many sites that have moved to
> Yeah, I'd have been tempted myself if I didn't hate PHP so much.
> Gary Shewan wrote:
> > Typosphere is permanently 'coming soon' ... but what should be coming
> > soon?
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