Robert L Krawitz | 1 Sep 01:49 2006
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Re: Gimp-Print/gutenprint logo

   Date: Thu, 31 Aug 2006 23:59:36 +0100
   From: "Martin Owens" <doctormo <at> gmail.com>

   Yes I could see that, would you like my help in making improvements?

Sure.

   On 8/31/06, Robert L Krawitz <rlk <at> alum.mit.edu> wrote:
   >
   >    Date: Thu, 31 Aug 2006 17:45:54 +0100
   >    From: "Martin Owens" <doctormo <at> gmail.com>
   >
   >    Let me know what needs doing, design is a strenth of mine and I know
   > lots of
   >    people who do html production work.
   >
   > Our site is showing its age, to put it mildly.  It's still based
   > around Gimp-Print, it's a pain to keep up to date, and everything
   > else.
   >
   >    On 8/30/06, Russbucket <russbucket <at> nwi.net> wrote:
   >    >
   >    > On Tuesday 29 August 2006 15:56, Robert L Krawitz wrote:
   >    > Both of them look go to me but the svg version looks clearer on
   > Konqueror.
   >    > >    Date: Tue, 29 Aug 2006 20:56:29 +0100
   >    > >    From: "Martin Owens" <doctormo <at> gmail.com>
   >    > >
   >    > >    Every time I go to the Gutenprint main website the gimp-print
   > logo
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Martin Owens | 4 Sep 02:58 2006
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Re: Gimp-Print/gutenprint logo

A draft design can be found here: http://divajutta.com/doctormo/Gutenprint/

On 8/31/06, Robert L Krawitz <rlk <at> alum.mit.edu> wrote:
   Date: Thu, 31 Aug 2006 17:45:54 +0100
   From: "Martin Owens" <doctormo <at> gmail.com>

   Let me know what needs doing, design is a strenth of mine and I know lots of
   people who do html production work.

Our site is showing its age, to put it mildly.  It's still based
around Gimp-Print, it's a pain to keep up to date, and everything
else.

   On 8/30/06, Russbucket < russbucket <at> nwi.net> wrote:
   >
   > On Tuesday 29 August 2006 15:56, Robert L Krawitz wrote:
   > Both of them look go to me but the svg version looks clearer on Konqueror.
   > >    Date: Tue, 29 Aug 2006 20:56:29 +0100
   > >    From: "Martin Owens" <doctormo <at> gmail.com>
   > >
   > >    Every time I go to the Gutenprint main website the gimp-print logo
   > just
   > >    doesn't fit with the quality of the software. so I've made a new logo
   > a
   > >    little bit of playing around in inkscape, let me know what you think
   > :-)
   > >    *fearing to be ignored or worse by taking the initiative*
   > >
   > >    http://divajutta.com/doctormo/guttenprint-proposal.png
   > >    http://divajutta.com/doctormo/guttenprint-proposal.svg
   > >
   > > It's certainly a lot better than what we have.  We do have a
   > > Gutenprint logo, if I can find it somewhere.
   > >
   > > What we really need it someone to maintain the web site.  I know it's
   > > ugly, but web design isn't exactly my strength.

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Chris Bagwell | 4 Sep 03:30 2006

Re: Gimp-Print/gutenprint logo

The draft design looks very nice... Simple layout but very nice looking.

On the issue of maintenance... You might consider a simplified Wiki or 
CMS.  That way the "NEWS" section of the web page could be maintained by 
clicking an Edit button or similar directly from the actual web site and 
just typing text.  No need to worry about HTML.

Unfortunately, Sourceforge has made using the simplest of Wiki's/CMS's 
hard because they made the filesystem read-only on the web server.  You 
have to either use an SQL based Wiki/CMS or jump threw some hoops to 
write to the filesystem.

http://qdig.sf.net is a pretty good example of using a simple wiki as a CMS.

Chris

Martin Owens wrote:
> A draft design can be found here: 
> http://divajutta.com/doctormo/Gutenprint/
>
> On 8/31/06, *Robert L Krawitz * <rlk <at> alum.mit.edu 
> <mailto:rlk <at> alum.mit.edu>> wrote:
>
>        Date: Thu, 31 Aug 2006 17:45:54 +0100
>        From: "Martin Owens" <doctormo <at> gmail.com
>     <mailto:doctormo <at> gmail.com>>
>
>        Let me know what needs doing, design is a strenth of mine and I
>     know lots of
>        people who do html production work.
>
>     Our site is showing its age, to put it mildly.  It's still based
>     around Gimp-Print, it's a pain to keep up to date, and everything
>     else.
>
>        
>

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Martin Owens | 4 Sep 03:37 2006
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Re: Gimp-Print/gutenprint logo

You put announcements here: http://divajutta.com/doctormo/Gutenprint/announcements.html this uses a simple shtml page include.

On 9/4/06, Chris Bagwell <chris <at> cnpbagwell.com> wrote:
The draft design looks very nice... Simple layout but very nice looking.

On the issue of maintenance... You might consider a simplified Wiki or
CMS.  That way the "NEWS" section of the web page could be maintained by
clicking an Edit button or similar directly from the actual web site and
just typing text.  No need to worry about HTML.

Unfortunately, Sourceforge has made using the simplest of Wiki's/CMS's
hard because they made the filesystem read-only on the web server.  You
have to either use an SQL based Wiki/CMS or jump threw some hoops to
write to the filesystem.

http://qdig.sf.net is a pretty good example of using a simple wiki as a CMS.

Chris

Martin Owens wrote:
> A draft design can be found here:
> http://divajutta.com/doctormo/Gutenprint/
>
> On 8/31/06, *Robert L Krawitz * <rlk <at> alum.mit.edu
> <mailto: rlk <at> alum.mit.edu>> wrote:
>
>        Date: Thu, 31 Aug 2006 17:45:54 +0100
>        From: "Martin Owens" <doctormo <at> gmail.com
>     <mailto:doctormo <at> gmail.com>>
>
>        Let me know what needs doing, design is a strenth of mine and I
>     know lots of
>        people who do html production work.
>
>     Our site is showing its age, to put it mildly.  It's still based
>     around Gimp-Print, it's a pain to keep up to date, and everything
>     else.
>
>
>


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Chris Bagwell | 4 Sep 05:52 2006

Re: Gimp-Print/gutenprint logo

Ahhh, nice solution that I think would work pretty good with the 
read-only filesystem issue.  I guess  need to verify that they have 
shtml include enabled but probably they do.

Chris

Martin Owens wrote:
> You put announcements here: 
> http://divajutta.com/doctormo/Gutenprint/announcements.html 
> <http://divajutta.com/doctormo/Gutenprint/announcements.html> this 
> uses a simple shtml page include.
>
> On 9/4/06, *Chris Bagwell* <chris <at> cnpbagwell.com 
> <mailto:chris <at> cnpbagwell.com>> wrote:
>
>     The draft design looks very nice... Simple layout but very nice
>     looking.
>
>     On the issue of maintenance... You might consider a simplified
>     Wiki or
>     CMS.  That way the "NEWS" section of the web page could be
>     maintained by
>     clicking an Edit button or similar directly from the actual web
>     site and
>     just typing text.  No need to worry about HTML.
>
>     Unfortunately, Sourceforge has made using the simplest of Wiki's/CMS's
>     hard because they made the filesystem read-only on the web
>     server.  You
>     have to either use an SQL based Wiki/CMS or jump threw some hoops to
>     write to the filesystem.
>
>     http://qdig.sf.net is a pretty good example of using a simple wiki
>     as a CMS.
>
>     Chris
>
>     Martin Owens wrote:
>     > A draft design can be found here:
>     > http://divajutta.com/doctormo/Gutenprint/
>     >
>     > On 8/31/06, *Robert L Krawitz * <rlk <at> alum.mit.edu
>     <mailto:rlk <at> alum.mit.edu>
>     > <mailto: rlk <at> alum.mit.edu <mailto:rlk <at> alum.mit.edu>>> wrote:
>     >
>     >        Date: Thu, 31 Aug 2006 17:45:54 +0100
>     >        From: "Martin Owens" <doctormo <at> gmail.com
>     <mailto:doctormo <at> gmail.com>
>     >     <mailto:doctormo <at> gmail.com <mailto:doctormo <at> gmail.com>>>
>     >
>     >        Let me know what needs doing, design is a strenth of mine
>     and I
>     >     know lots of
>     >        people who do html production work.
>     >
>     >     Our site is showing its age, to put it mildly.  It's still based
>     >     around Gimp-Print, it's a pain to keep up to date, and
>     everything
>     >     else.
>     >
>     >
>     >
>
>
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n3storm | 4 Sep 09:32 2006
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Re: Gimp-Print/gutenprint logo

Hi:
I guess you are living behind the CMYK Drop design I made?

Just a suggestion: there is too much text in the front page.
And two questions:
One of the things (a part for being really busy) that keep me from 
implementing a CMS was that it was asked to be Multilanguage.
In this days the Tikiwiki behemot is the only cms that supports Multilanguage.
Is this feature not needed anymore?
Can we better go for several installations of the same CMS?

And the second question goes for the Mac OS X page, is it really needed? It 
brings some management trouble too.
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Martin Owens | 4 Sep 10:07 2006
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Re: Gimp-Print/gutenprint logo

Yes these are all interesting questions, unfortunately my efforts are only along the lines of design, structure and layout and while I am a full fledged perl developer there is very little I can do with regards to CMS with the resources provided by source forge.

But that doesn't mean my efforts are here to implement what you see, I'm quite happy for the designs and so forth to be used in any CMS implementation, as long as something gets done and people getting involved don't get busy with other things.

It would be nice to go to a plesent home page.

On 9/4/06, n3storm <nestordiaz <at> barriolinux.net > wrote:
Hi:
I guess you are living behind the CMYK Drop design I made?

Just a suggestion: there is too much text in the front page.
And two questions:
One of the things (a part for being really busy) that keep me from
implementing a CMS was that it was asked to be Multilanguage.
In this days the Tikiwiki behemot is the only cms that supports Multilanguage.
Is this feature not needed anymore?
Can we better go for several installations of the same CMS?

And the second question goes for the Mac OS X page, is it really needed? It
brings some management trouble too.
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Bompart Cedric | 4 Sep 15:21 2006

canon cp-300

Hi all,

I've got a Canon CP-300 and I would like to know the developement status for this printer.
Last time I've tried (I think with version 5 beta), I was able to print a testing page only in yellow colour.
Printing a photo wasn't possible.

I'm happy to be a test monkey...

Regards,
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Martin Owens | 4 Sep 15:44 2006
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Re: canon cp-300

You can always download the cvs repository and compile that in order to test the very latest version of the code and thus the driver.

Canons all seem to have colour issues.

On 9/4/06, Bompart Cedric <cedric.bompart <at> thalesgroup.com> wrote:
Hi all,

I've got a Canon CP-300 and I would like to know the developement status for this printer.
Last time I've tried (I think with version 5 beta), I was able to print a testing page only in yellow colour. Printing a photo wasn't possible.

I'm happy to be a test monkey...

Regards,
Cedric.

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Robert L Krawitz | 4 Sep 16:01 2006
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Re: canon cp-300

   Date: Mon, 4 Sep 2006 14:44:59 +0100
   From: "Martin Owens" <doctormo <at> gmail.com>

   You can always download the cvs repository and compile that in
   order to test the very latest version of the code and thus the
   driver.

   Canons all seem to have colour issues.

The CP-300 is a dye sub, not an inkjet.  It's actually supported by
the Olympus family driver, not the Canon driver.  It's listed as
supported by 5.0.0.

   On 9/4/06, Bompart Cedric <cedric.bompart <at> thalesgroup.com> wrote:
   >
   > Hi all,
   >
   > I've got a Canon CP-300 and I would like to know the developement status
   > for this printer.
   > Last time I've tried (I think with version 5 beta), I was able to print a
   > testing page only in yellow colour. Printing a photo wasn't possible.
   >
   > I'm happy to be a test monkey...

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