Toma | 1 Sep 05:37 2008
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[E-devel] Textblock and Module.desktop changes

Hey all,
Looking at the module.desktop files, I see a common mislabel of the
title as a highlight. Heres an example...

Comment=<hilight>The E17 File Manager</hilight><br><br>E17's
integrated file manager.<br><hilight>Under Construction!</hilight>

Here we have the hilight used for the module title AND the part of the
text that needs a hilight. The result is nasty. Im fixing up the
'Title' tag for the text block by removing the '/n /n' from the
</title>.

So the correct usage would be ...
Comment=<title>The E17 File Manager</title><br>E17's integrated file
manager.<br><hilight>Under Construction!</hilight>
Leaving the result in the following image.
http://members.iinet.net.au/~haste/e17/textblock.png

The hilight colours will probably change and the idea of adding an
'urgent=' style is considered. It will be used for things like battery
popup or other warnings (eg. Dont run First Run Wizard).
Ill happily go through and change all the module.desktop.in files to
used this method if everyone is pleased.
Toma

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Dave Andreoli | 1 Sep 10:36 2008
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Re: [E-devel] Textblock and Module.desktop changes

Yes, you are right! But I didn't understand if we need to put a <br> after the title.
Dave
----- "Toma" <tomhaste <at> gmail.com> ha scritto:

> Hey all,
> Looking at the module.desktop files, I see a common mislabel of the
> title as a highlight. Heres an example...
> 
> Comment=<hilight>The E17 File Manager</hilight><br><br>E17's
> integrated file manager.<br><hilight>Under Construction!</hilight>
> 
> Here we have the hilight used for the module title AND the part of
> the
> text that needs a hilight. The result is nasty. Im fixing up the
> 'Title' tag for the text block by removing the '/n /n' from the
> </title>.
> 
> So the correct usage would be ...
> Comment=<title>The E17 File Manager</title><br>E17's integrated file
> manager.<br><hilight>Under Construction!</hilight>
> Leaving the result in the following image.
> http://members.iinet.net.au/~haste/e17/textblock.png
> 
> The hilight colours will probably change and the idea of adding an
> 'urgent=' style is considered. It will be used for things like
> battery
> popup or other warnings (eg. Dont run First Run Wizard).
> Ill happily go through and change all the module.desktop.in files to
> used this method if everyone is pleased.
> Toma
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X-Face
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[E-devel] Several patches

 Hello all!

 Been a long time, so here are some patches :)
- evas-configure-xcb_image_version_requirement.patch: check for
xcb-image at least version 0.2.1
- e-scrollframe-correct_thumbscroll.patch: corrects thumbscroll so that
scrollbars can be used correctly even if thumbscroll is activated,
useful on portable device when we activate thumbscroll but still want
to use scrollbars with stylus; works great with laptops' touchpads
- e-config-thumbscroll_default.patch: activate thumbscroll by default :)
- e-config-dpms_correct.patch: correct default values for DPMS timeouts
- ecore-x-pointer_mapping_support.patch: add support for modifying
pointer button mapping
- e-config-pointer_mapping_support.patch: and actually use that on
Enlightenment

 Cheers!

 Chidambar "ilLogict" Zinnoury
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Toma | 1 Sep 14:40 2008
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[E-devel] Textblock and Module.desktop changes

Hmmmmmmmmmm

<title>Blah</title>Description something something

Will equate to
-----------------------
Blah
Description something something
------------------------

Meaning that the <title> cant be on the same line. Someone might like
to use that in a text block somewhere.

For instance,
------------------------
Blah - A simple description
------------------------

So if there are no objections, ill start fixing it all up some day soon.
Toma

2008/9/1 Dave Andreoli <dave <at> gurumeditation.it>:
> Yes, you are right! But I didn't understand if we need to put a <br> after the title.
> Dave
> ----- "Toma" <tomhaste <at> gmail.com> ha scritto:
>
>> Hey all,
>> Looking at the module.desktop files, I see a common mislabel of the
>> title as a highlight. Heres an example...
>>
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Ian C. | 1 Sep 02:04 2008
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[e-users] Enlightenment.org redesign mockups needed!

hello, I know we have been talking about redesigning enlightenment.org 
to be more user friendly for quite awhile, I'd really like to see this 
done soon. We've finally moved from cvs to svn and to the latest version 
of trac. We've already come to the agreement that the current design is 
not usable so no reason to debate it further. I also know that a lot of 
you're are skilled in web design, web development as well as artistic. 
This is a way for those of you who may know how to code in php  but not 
C to contribute to the project. So here's what we're looking for. We'll 
divide this into a few phases. First off I'd like to see some mockups of 
what you guys think the new enlightenment.org should look like.  
Basically what we are looking for a very nice, simple clean site. The 
problems that we currently have with the current site is that it is a 
mess, most the content is scattered and not all needed on the website, 
some of it just plain belongs in the wiki. The main things need to stand 
out more (bugs, exchange, svn, wiki, and so on..... A user should be 
able to visit a site and be able to find what he needs easily. The 
current sites submenus are very confusing and not necessary, use the 
content to provide the links. So lets see what you guys can bring to the 
table and we'll fine tune it and decide which one we think is best 
suited for enlightenments needs. Also please note this is only the 
mockup phase, we're not going to debate cms's etc at this point.
thanks, We look forward to seeing your submissions.
--Inc

P.S so far the only mockup we've recieved is mekius's which can be 
found   <at>  http://edev.mekius.net/
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Toma | 2 Sep 02:06 2008
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Re: [E-devel] Enlightenment.org redesign mockups needed!

Here was my idea.
http://members.iinet.net.au/~haste/e17/e-website.png
Needs more links and content and better icons, but the basic idea is
there. It basically follows the "3 Big Stupid Buttunz" design
philosophy of other projects like OpenSuse and so on. Of course, the
content pages could be much different. What about a mashup of that
idea with mekius's? I like his site a lot.

Toma.

2008/9/1 Ian C. <inchosting <at> gmail.com>:
> hello, I know we have been talking about redesigning enlightenment.org to be
> more user friendly for quite awhile, I'd really like to see this done soon.
> We've finally moved from cvs to svn and to the latest version of trac. We've
> already come to the agreement that the current design is not usable so no
> reason to debate it further. I also know that a lot of you're are skilled in
> web design, web development as well as artistic. This is a way for those of
> you who may know how to code in php  but not C to contribute to the project.
> So here's what we're looking for. We'll divide this into a few phases. First
> off I'd like to see some mockups of what you guys think the new
> enlightenment.org should look like.  Basically what we are looking for a
> very nice, simple clean site. The problems that we currently have with the
> current site is that it is a mess, most the content is scattered and not all
> needed on the website, some of it just plain belongs in the wiki. The main
> things need to stand out more (bugs, exchange, svn, wiki, and so on..... A
> user should be able to visit a site and be able to find what he needs
> easily. The current sites submenus are very confusing and not necessary, use
> the content to provide the links. So lets see what you guys can bring to the
> table and we'll fine tune it and decide which one we think is best suited
> for enlightenments needs. Also please note this is only the mockup phase,
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Ian C. | 1 Sep 02:17 2008
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Re: [e-users] [E-devel] Enlightenment.org redesign mockups needed!

Toma wrote:
> Here was my idea.
> http://members.iinet.net.au/~haste/e17/e-website.png
> Needs more links and content and better icons, but the basic idea is
> there. It basically follows the "3 Big Stupid Buttunz" design
> philosophy of other projects like OpenSuse and so on. Of course, the
> content pages could be much different. What about a mashup of that
> idea with mekius's? I like his site a lot.
>
> Toma.
>
>
> 2008/9/1 Ian C.<inchosting <at> gmail.com>:
>    
>> hello, I know we have been talking about redesigning enlightenment.org to be
>> more user friendly for quite awhile, I'd really like to see this done soon.
>> We've finally moved from cvs to svn and to the latest version of trac. We've
>> already come to the agreement that the current design is not usable so no
>> reason to debate it further. I also know that a lot of you're are skilled in
>> web design, web development as well as artistic. This is a way for those of
>> you who may know how to code in php  but not C to contribute to the project.
>> So here's what we're looking for. We'll divide this into a few phases. First
>> off I'd like to see some mockups of what you guys think the new
>> enlightenment.org should look like.  Basically what we are looking for a
>> very nice, simple clean site. The problems that we currently have with the
>> current site is that it is a mess, most the content is scattered and not all
>> needed on the website, some of it just plain belongs in the wiki. The main
>> things need to stand out more (bugs, exchange, svn, wiki, and so on..... A
>> user should be able to visit a site and be able to find what he needs
>> easily. The current sites submenus are very confusing and not necessary, use
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Matteo | 2 Sep 08:48 2008
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[E-devel] Enlightenment.org redesign mockups needed!

And what about a site made with enlightenment like a small OS inside
the browser?
In the E menu we can insert all the link that we need.

It will be intresting a thing like eyeOS, with the content (wiki,
guides, jpg, themes, etc...) inside the directory in a virtual OS?

Thare will be a completely different approach to the site, and we can
simultaneusly show all the beauty inside e17.

ok I now, It's a stupid idea.

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Carsten Haitzler | 2 Sep 09:01 2008

Re: [E-devel] Enlightenment.org redesign mockups needed!

On Tue, 2 Sep 2008 08:48:17 +0200 Matteo <matteo.brichese <at> gmail.com> babbled:

seriously guys... SIMPLE! making it some javascript extravaganza is just going
to waste time and make ti hard to update. we are about writing a wm and toolkit
- we are not about writing javascript ui demos.

i dont see why we have to redesign the website look - just clean up the content.

> And what about a site made with enlightenment like a small OS inside
> the browser?
> In the E menu we can insert all the link that we need.
> 
> It will be intresting a thing like eyeOS, with the content (wiki,
> guides, jpg, themes, etc...) inside the directory in a virtual OS?
> 
> Thare will be a completely different approach to the site, and we can
> simultaneusly show all the beauty inside e17.
> 
> 
> ok I now, It's a stupid idea.
> 
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Massimiliano Calamelli | 2 Sep 10:05 2008
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Re: [E-devel] Enlightenment.org redesign mockups needed!


On Tue, 2 Sep 2008 17:01:33 +1000
Carsten Haitzler (The Rasterman) <raster <at> rasterman.com> wrote:

> seriously guys... SIMPLE! making it some javascript extravaganza is just going
> to waste time and make ti hard to update. we are about writing a wm and toolkit
> - we are not about writing javascript ui demos.

I totally agree.
About the mockup, i'm not able to produce the graphic, but if you want
an example of clear, lightweight and elegant website take a look to
www.netbsd.org .

Ciao  

Massimiliano
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