UbuntuOhio website template (?)
stalcups at gmail.com
Tue Feb 13 00:55:22 GMT 2007
All I have to say is :porc::inca::dito::love:
On 2/12/07, Jacob Peddicord <jacobmp92 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I installed the theme, and to my horror, it wasn't compatible with 5.x. So
> I hacked it up a bit, and brought it up to the 5.1 era. Woot.
> I also saved the source files to https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LoCoTemplates
> The theme is now default, using a logo I quickly GIMPed up. If anyone has
> a better one (remember the logo rules) feel free to post it.
> The old theme is still enabled, so if you do not see the theme you may
> have to change it on http://ohio.ubuntu-us.org/user/
> Soon the old theme will be disabled to get everyone using the same layout.
> On 2/12/07, Jacob Peddicord <jacobmp92 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > If anyone has any Drupal needs, send them to me. I'm already working on
> > an implementation of the F2F support system in Drupal (the module is
> > actually enabled right now, it just doesn't do anything yet).
> > For calendars, events, and such, I suggest the wiki and/or Launchpad.
> > But for those custom things that just need automation (F2F callback, and
> > some others) that is when Drupal could be used.
> > Drupal modules are designed to be themable and extensible, so even if
> > you change the theme drastically, everything will change to adapt to it.
> > There is currently an Ubuntu-ish theme (colors anyway) available on the
> > site right now. It's called antique_modern. I'll look into getting the
> > linked theme installed today. If it changes, then it won't be hard to fix on
> > our site.
> > Jacob
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