[ubuntu-studio-devel] Web design/theme contribution

Erich Eickmeyer eeickmeyer at ubuntu.com
Tue Jun 11 01:40:01 UTC 2019

Hi Shinta,

On Thu, Apr 25, 2019 at 11:18 PM, Shinta Carolinasari 
<shinta at playmain.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am in the middle of website development right now. I would say, the 
> home page is almost finished and the next stage will be improving the 
> layout. Once it ready to be shown, I will give you an update.
> Meanwhile, I am sorry for the late response for some of you who gave 
> me feedback.
>> I might suggest some tweaks to make content not be halfway visible 
>> when page is loaded, and maybe verification of the order of things 
>> on first page
> About the banner design, as per your feedback, I will adjust the 
> content is not halfway visible when the page is loaded.
> About the order on the homepage, you have mentioned before, would you 
> give me more details?
> Please let me know if you have other feedback..
>> I have used wordpress child themes so that changes to the theme code 
>> are isolate in a small file and updates work properly without having 
>> to update updates to the base theme.
> We will build a fresh base theme, based on underscores 
> (https://underscores.me <https://underscores.me/>).
> And try to make editable region easier & quick to edit through 
> standard Wordpress (eg: customizer and widget).
> As you've mentioned, a child theme is fine for future major 
> modifications, but since we have restriction to access theme files, I 
> don't think it can be done often.
>> Or use something like the free versions of Elementor and Astra and
>> not deal with themes at all.
> Elementor is awesome site builder.
> However as discussed before, since we have limited utilization of 
> plugin, it's better to do it in a conservative way (standard 
> Wordpress). Luckily Gutenberg will be helpful here, to have block 
> editing experience even though not as powerful as Elementor.
>> if you need photos of a mixing console, small, not original British,
>> keyboards from small Bluetooth to a real synth, ...
> Thanks :), I really appreciate it. Wondering if you have photo 
> similar to <https://unsplash.com/photos/_mugHa5Fc3M> ? So we can 
> replace it.
> Thanks again & please let me know if you have further feedback.
> Regards,
> Shinta
> On 4/17/2019 1:24 PM, Ralf Mardorf wrote:
>> Hi,
>> if you need photos of a mixing console, small, not original British,
>> keyboards from small Bluetooth to a real synth, guitars from classic
>> to electric, assimilated by the hex pickup Borg, airbrush from a 
>> more or
>> less unknown brand to DeVilbiss cult, pencils, 35mm film, an analog
>> reflex camera, Letraset/Mecanorma screen tones and letters, speakers,
>> 19" gear, analog stomp boxes etc. pp., I've got a new tablet PC that
>> makes way better digital photos, than my old tablet PC could make. On
>> request I could take one or the other photo and take care that no 
>> brand
>> name is visible. I've got a lot of this equipment at hand, so without
>> leaving home or even without searching in boxes stored in a cellar
>> room, I could take one or the other photo, without much time 
>> investment
>> and provide it under what wanted license ever. I don't want to take a
>> photo spread, I'm just willing to take one or the other photo on 
>> demand.
>> Regards,
>> Ralf

I wanted to see what the status is on this theme. I have, with the help 
of Canonical IS, found the location from which the current theme is 
being mirrored:


I'm not sure if it's important, but the Wordpress instances hosted by 
Canonical are Juju charms:


Right now, I think getting a working staging area would be a good idea. 
Once that's done, we would need a location from which to download the 
theme, which would then get uploaded to the link above.

Let me know if there's anything you need from me.
Erich Eickmeyer
Project Leader
Ubuntu Studio


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