I would like to join the web dev team
mj.advincula at gmail.com
Tue May 28 01:31:27 UTC 2013
About the mockup...
Maybe the two bars at the footer should be fused. I know we were talking
about the navbar but it looks good right now so...
Those two bars at the bottom are very much related anyway. Putting them in
a single footer bar would probably look better.
P.S. Thank for the information. I'm not exactly a fan of IRC but I know how
to use it a bit. I'm gonna pull more efforts towards the proposal, though.
On May 27, 2013 5:00 PM, "Pasi Lallinaho" <pasi at shimmerproject.org> wrote:
> Hey Kyle (and others),
> I was able to work on the website refresh yesterday and there's now a
> mockup of navigation. Currently, it looks like this:
> This is in no way final, so please send your ideas if you think you can
> On 27/05/13 05:37, Kyle Sabara wrote:
> Thanks for the information, I guess I'll start thinking up some ideas for
> a navbar. I really hope to gain some valuable experience. Again, thank you!
> On Sat, May 25, 2013 at 1:46 PM, Pasi Lallinaho <pasi at shimmerproject.org>wrote:
>> Hey Kyle,
>> I'm adding the Xubuntu-devel mailing list to the recipients, since that's
>> where we cooperate development discussion for Xubuntu.
>> Comments inline.
>> On 25/05/13 18:50, Kyle Sabara wrote:
>>> My name is Kyle Sabara and I would like to work with your Xubuntu
>>> web team.
>> First of all, thanks for your interest!
>> I'm 15 but I can assure you I know how to code CSS and HTML5.
>>> I hold 2 certifications, one in Adobe Photoshop CS5, as well as one in
>>> Adobe Dreamweaver CS5. I'd like to also note that I am going for my
>>> Adobe Flash CS5 certification and hope to get it soon. I like linux and
>>> most important to me is the XFCE flavor that I do run on an old PC. I do
>>> have some works on the web, in fact I'm going to Nationals in California
>>> this year for FBLA in the Web Design event. I know, you think just
>>> because I have a Dreamweaver certification means I don't actually know
>>> how to code what-so-ever, but I actually always code with Notepad++
>>> because I don't like the drag and drop software environment that
>>> Dreamweaver creates, along with the annoying bugs you sometimes have to
>>> comb your document for.
>> Don't worry; we don't judge people based on their age or certificates
>> they may or may not have. All contributions are welcome as long as they
>> make sense and the community can agree on the results they bring with them.
>> I already have a couple ways for integration of social networking
>>> into your site. One way would be to add a Twitter app where you have
>>> Xubuntu Twitter Feed on your site, perhaps on the homepage? Another
>>> thing you can add to increase Xubuntu's networking would be to add a
>>> Facebook Like button, a Google+ button, and a Twitter button if you will
>>> which I'm not sure if you know this but a Twitter button is included on
>>> the Twitter Feed you can integrate.
>> This is something the web/marketing/Xubuntu team should discuss in
>> So far we haven't specifically worked to get much of the social
>> networking showing on the site. This is partly because we only recently set
>> up most of the social networking sites. On the other hand, while the social
>> networking outlets are "official", they are community-run and we aren't
>> controlling their content too much. While we trust the administrators, it's
>> not certain that all communication and comments made on the social networks
>> is something we want to automatically integrate to our website.
>> If we decide to add things like this, it should be easy enough with
>> existing WordPress plugins.
>> Also, I'd like to point out that you guys don't really have a full
>>> navigation bar on your site making a lack in usability.
>> We are constantly working on the site and even as I write this mail,
>> we're under process for improvements on the site. However, all feedback is
>> welcome: do you have any mockups or ideas for the navigation bar?
>>> suggestion I have is that you can add more pictures to your site in the
>>> tour and inside the changing image slider on the homepage; because
>>> people really want to see you glorify the project and most of all,
>>> potential users need to know the look and feel of the software, and
>>> pictures of the Xubuntu user interface are a good way to go.
>> I agree!
>> As long as somebody takes more screenshots which are recent, we're good
>> to add them. In addition, we're working to make the frontpage slider images
>> slightly bigger with the next website update.
>> I hope some
>>> of these ideas show some of the creative skills I can contribute to the
>>> I feel like getting involved in this project can help me build a
>>> portfolio and help me in my future.I am a technology enthusiast and I
>>> love coding HTML. I don't claim to know everything but I would love to
>>> expand my knowledge by contributing some work for an open source
>>> organization where anyone can get involved and share ideas.
>> Open source can definitely help with your CV as long as it isn't your
>> only (or primary) goal.
>> Thank you again for taking time out of your lives to read this
>>> Kyle Sabara
>> About joining teams and getting access to resources: we generally have a
>> "contributions before membership" policy. In other words, start following
>> development discussions, get familiar with the community processes and
>> people and when you've been around a while, get your hands dirty .
>> Welcome to our community!
>>  http://xubuntu.org/contribute/
>> Pasi Lallinaho (knome) » http://open.knome.fi/
>> Leader of Shimmer Project and Xubuntu » http://shimmerproject.org/
>> Graphic artist, webdesigner, Ubuntu member » http://xubuntu.org/
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