[drupal-devel] Page layout workflow mockup
chris.messina at gmail.com
Sun Mar 20 23:18:52 UTC 2005
Sorry about that! Guess I should go post a forum topic about this.
I don't really know how I should cross-post these kinds of mockups
since they involve so many different parties. For me it's of course
most convenient to get all the comments in one place (hence my Flickr
account) but I also realize that that's not optimal for everyone else.
One of the things that I would like to build soon is a Flickr-like
module for Drupal that allows for annotations on images but otherwise
treats the image like a node so that I can get comments on it and
whatnot. I also realize that I'm not using Flickr as it was intended
per se, but there's nothing else out there that meets my needs so far.
On Mon, 21 Mar 2005 00:04:42 +0100, Bèr Kessels <berdrupal at tiscali.be> wrote:
> Can we not get a common Drupal-Image repository (site) somwhere? I find Flickr
> very annoying, with its Flash that makes my browser crash somethimes, and its
> odd login systems.
> No, I do use it sometimes, but am no fan of it at all.
> An was it not about eating own dogfood?
> But in the meantime: Chris, why can't you just use attachments to issues on
> Op zondag 20 maart 2005 23:06, schreef Chris Messina:
> > I've finally converted my original notebook drawings into a graphical
> > workflow for review.
> > You can download the full version here (30K):
> > http://photos4.flickr.com/6944826_90af237c99_o.png
> > and then add comments to its Flickr page:
> > http://www.flickr.com/photos/factoryjoe/6944826/in/pool-drupal/
> > Note that the functionality I'm looking to create would allow you to
> > layout out individual pages, which could double as section homepages
> > or a site's homepage. Additionally, just about everything we need to
> > put this together exists today; I've just organized it in such a way
> > that I think is fairly simple to generate good results with minimal
> > effort.
> > Hopefully the various layout module efforts going on right now could
> > benefit from my suggested 3 step approach.
> > Chris
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