[drupal-devel] CivicSpace Labs launches new beta site
berdrupal at tiscali.be
Fri Mar 11 22:56:12 UTC 2005
This is really Yet Another Proof of how flexible Drupal is.
And I likt the fact its more than a theme, but that the complete structure
abnd the theme is a unity. Really great work!
Another great job is the way you managed to hide stuff with CSSand replace it
with CSS images: Very good downgrading design,
Bu, I would not be writing this is there was not an issue...
Where is Drupal? Not that i think you must mention it, b I have been at
Kintera, GetActive, IStandFor and DemocracyInAction. But still habe never
heard of Drupal. Then I have read about ASP, why CS is better and how " has
armies of volunteer programmers around the world developing and regularly
contributing new functionality to the platform.". But still no word on
drupal, its developers or its community.
TAke for eample Bryght: Drupal is the fourth highlighted item.
I know its not a requirement, nor is it a real hard issue. But I beleive we
should give eachother credit. You are using Drupal, Drupal used CS. Why hide
it so far away? Why not tell em right away that CS is a Drupal Altered For
Op vrijdag 11 maart 2005 22:17, schreef Chris Messina:
> Despite the title sounding like a press release, it's true what it
> says! Neil, Keiran, Ankur, Johnny and I spent literally the last two.5
> days pushing through a signficant redesign of civicspacelabs.org
> (anyone who was in the menus IRC meeting knows how intellectually
> present I was after being up for 29 hours).
> In any case, I wanted to invite the Drupal community to come take a
> look at a site that will hopefully begin to show what's possible with
> Drupal from a UI/experience perspective. There are plenty of other
> sites out there that are already pushing the limits of Drupal, but I
> would like to make an effort to prove (with documentation!) just how
> powerful and robust Drupal is for designers too... as well as make
> note of the areas in which Drupal needs vast improvement.
> So I'm looking for feedback, good ideas and heck, even volunteers who
> want to help throw some code around.
> I'm keeping a public log of requests and tasks at:
> So thanks to everyone who gave preliminary feedback and helped make
> this BETA launch better. Over the next couple weeks I'll be doing a
> second iterative redesign... probably moving away from the pastels so
> don't complain to heavily if they're not in your bag. ;)
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