[pmwiki-users] Twitter Bootstrap skin
xraysmalevich at gmail.com
Wed Jun 19 08:28:55 CDT 2013
Yes, we can continue specifics on github, or in gmail or wherever.
However -- I think that if you have a standalone skin or recipe, and you
feel it it mature enough, put up a page for it on the wiki.
It's tought keeping all the documentation up-to-date, but generally
pmwiki.org serves as the central clearing-house for pmwiki-related things.
The more resources that are available, the more active projects are seen,
all the better!
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On Tue, Jun 18, 2013 at 10:18 PM, Tamara Temple <tamouse.lists at gmail.com>wrote:
> michael paulukonis <xraysmalevich at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Tamara -- I hope that I've made the TwitterBootstrap -
> http://www.pmwiki.org/wiki/Skins/TwitterBootstrap - a standalone skin.
> That's the goal,
> > anyway.
> I think you are there, but I wasn't entirely sure it was ready for use?
> It may be that I'm wrong, but it still looked like there was some work
> to be done? If not, my apologies.
> > I have added markup to handle some bootstrap features, and added some
> configuration options like I've seen in other skins. It has some
> > work to be done to it, certainly.
> I would love to see more PmWiki Markup around this. I was building out
> some of my pages to use bootstrap features, and it was getting a bit
> verbose and painful, so I'd really like to see some work there.
> > However, there is certainly room for more than one Skin. I've kept the
> name pretty generic, which may have been a mistake.
> > Please feel free to start up a standalone page for it, as well.
> There is -- I did reply to the issue you raised in my repo -- I really
> should have said something to you in yours as well; my apologies (it was
> just a wild hair I got Sunday morning!)
> I think there is a possibility to converge, but I do see we have taken
> different approaches to skinning, which we should discuss before any
> merging takes place.
> As for a separate skin page -- hmm, I think I could do that; but I'd
> like to keep them harmonized as well. Petko, PM, others who've been
> talking about skins, what do you think? I'm flexible, either way.
> > My pmwiki messages are being buried by gmail, so I haven't been very
> active on the mailing lists. :-(
> No worries, here. You and I can certainly continue this specific
> discussion in github?
> > -Michael Paulukonis
> > http://www.xradiograph.com
> > Interference Patterns (a blog)
> > @XraysMonaLisa
> > http://michaelpaulukonis.com
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> > On Sun, Jun 16, 2013 at 3:41 PM, Tamara Temple <tamouse.lists at gmail.com>
> > I know Michael Paulukonis is working on one of these, but I decided
> > just go ahead and throw one together. I think Michael is working on
> > pulling apart the TwitterBootstrap recipe, which is far more than
> just a
> > skin. This is my implementation of the skin, following the pattern I
> > in MouseSkin and borrowed from others, of using wiki pages to define
> > most of the content of the page areas, but still utilizing the
> > markup.
> > * Github: https://github.com/tamouse/pmwiki-bootstrap-skin
> > * Working site: http://wiki.tamaratemple.com/
> > I'm sort of reluctant to just throw my version up on the Skins group
> > since Michael has staked that area out. I've added a link to the
> > Skins/TwitterBootstrap-Talk page instead.
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