[development] 5.0 Core Theme Update
traemccombs at gmail.com
Sun Sep 24 10:12:30 UTC 2006
You have done GREAT work. I don't want to take anything away from that.
But you are a programmer implementing other peoples ideas.
I'll be glad to step up and do it, but I won't be submitting my ideas to a
committee for approval. As I said before, Dries, needs to commission
someone to have the ultimate vision for this theme, and go forth and make it
I thought what you had before, with the icons and other little touches were
quite nice. Some times, with a theme, it only takes a 5 percent tweak here
or there to go from great to meh.
I know you've been pulled every which way but loose on this thing, and we,
the community, owe you a great debt of gratitude. Please don't think that I
don't appreciate what you've done.
I only want what's best for Drupal, and that is a great awesome theme.
If I get the nod from Dries, I'll be happy to crank on this theme to make it
top notch. Or if Dries wants to go with someone else, that's cool. Whoever
is going to do it, needs to be picked and then that person needs to be able
to do what he or she feels is best.
Peace love and bananas,
... now off to run 14 miles... joy.
On 9/24/06, Farsheed <tfarsheed at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > A few times along the way, the theme was quite
> > close, but needed a bit of
> > nudging in the right direction. Now, it has
> > faltered completely and is back
> > to a sub-par theme.
> I have actually implemented 90% of the suggestions you
> made, Trae. How did we go from "quite close" to
> "sub-par theme"?
> > What needs to happen is... Get either myself, or
> > Steven, or some other
> > themer from the community to take it the last final
> > steps along the way.
> Nobody else has stepped up. Be my guest.
> > And we live with whatever that person does. I have
> > the time to dedicate to
> > it, and can spend 20/30hrs on this next week if
> > someone allows me to do so.
> Go for it. Personally I've probably already put over
> 60 unpaid hours into this theme. We are on revision
> #14 now. I encourage (and need) more people to work on
> this. Either by contributing alternative themes or
> helping fix this one.
> > Design by committee won't as the current status of
> > the theme proves, work.
> Stay positive and it will work.
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Trae McCombs || http://occy.net/
Founder - Themes.org // Linux.com
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