[Plone-com] We need a new modern theme for plone.com.

Wyn Williams heywyn at gmail.com
Wed Sep 5 06:20:34 UTC 2012


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Heyup

 - plone.com is all about content. High quality, very low quantity. Less
> is better, since we also want it translated at some stage.

+1

> - There will be, let's say, around 5-10 editors,max. Who can edit
> in edit.plone.com in standard plone backend design. This will also
> make the working of multilingual add-on easier.

+1

> - The design is therefore 100% about anon surfer experience. Flashy
> UI experience for editors is not needed, so no reason to wait for
> toolbars 'n stuff. A diazo theme would be optimal, since it can
> also change later easily, to do our version of a Google Doodle for
> special festive occasions ;-)

+1

> - where it's hosted is not relevant for me at this point. It's 
> brochureware. Standard, cached to death, but hardly rocketscience.
> No extra contenttypes, so very low maintenance on upgrades, no
> tinkering with ldap/sql/whatever backends, just vanilla Plone,
> something multilingual, and a theme.

annnnnnnnnnddddddd   +1

:)

Wyndham





On 09/05/2012 09:15 AM, Paul Roeland wrote:
> My 2 cents:
> 
> - plone.com is all about content. High quality, very low quantity.
> Less is better, since we also want it translated at some stage.
> 
> - and about design.
> 
> - There will be, let's say, around 5-10 editors,max. Who can edit
> in edit.plone.com in standard plone backend design. This will also
> make the working of multilingual add-on easier.
> 
> - The design is therefore 100% about anon surfer experience. Flashy
> UI experience for editors is not needed, so no reason to wait for
> toolbars 'n stuff. A diazo theme would be optimal, since it can
> also change later easily, to do our version of a Google Doodle for
> special festive occasions ;-)
> 
> - where it's hosted is not relevant for me at this point. It's 
> brochureware. Standard, cached to death, but hardly rocketscience.
> No extra contenttypes, so very low maintenance on upgrades, no
> tinkering with ldap/sql/whatever backends, just vanilla Plone,
> something multilingual, and a theme.
> 
> Paul Roeland _______________________________________________ 
> Plone-com mailing list Plone-com at lists.plone.org 
> http://lists.plone.org/mailman/listinfo/plone-com
> 

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