[Fwd: Re: [compiz] compiz coding style]
davidr at novell.com
Fri Oct 6 10:45:12 PDT 2006
I agree with all of this and I'm currently making sure that we'll soon
have a nice web-site for compiz. Anyone interested we'll be able to help
out once we get the initial thing up.
On Fri, 2006-10-06 at 14:11 +0200, Mirco Müller wrote:
> Argl, this was meant to go to the list and not only to Hanno!
> email message attachment, "Weitergeleitete Nachricht - Re: [compiz]
> compiz coding style"
> > -------- Forwarded Message --------
> > From: Mirco Müller <macslow at bangang.de>
> > To: Hanno Böck <ml at hboeck.de>
> > Subject: Re: [compiz] compiz coding style
> > Date: Fri, 06 Oct 2006 01:53:46 +0200
> > Am Freitag, den 06.10.2006, 01:03 +0200 schrieb Hanno Böck:
> > > Sounds good to document coding style and stuff, however I think this and other
> > > development documentation should be kept somewhere in the net.
> > > I think it's a problem that compiz has no real webpage atm, information is
> > > splitted on the opensuse-wiki (which shouldn't be the central place for a
> > > distribution-independent project) and some lines on fdo.
> > >
> > > I'd suggest creating a webpage with a wiki connected that collects information
> > > like this (and also stuff like packages for various distros etc.)
> > I second that. compiz needs an appealing web-presence (a bit more
> > flashy than the typical projects hosted at fdo :) that reflects the
> > visual impact it has on the "general desktop experience" (yay for
> > buzz-word mayhem ;)
> > As a gerneral guide-line how it could be structured, have a look at...
> > http://www.jokosher.org
> > This sites offers everything in nice handy portions for people
> > interested in support, tips&tricks, development and general contribution
> > pointers. With this in place it would be the right hub for pointing
> > potential new developers to this mailing-list, online-docs for coding,
> > for new/existing users present new flashy plugins with an example
> > screencast ("featured plugin of the week" :) and so on.
> > Another thing, which might be regarded as superfluous (as it serves no
> > real technical purpose), but worth considering. Give compiz a genuine
> > logo to identify it with. The beryl-project is doing the right thing in
> > that area (using gem-stones for its various parts). They try to define a
> > "brand" or general distincive logo/symbol to identify it with. compiz is
> > an empty void in space in that regard, thus unattractive as a project on
> > first sight. I assume this is needed to make compiz as is "attractive"
> > to gather a community around it.
> > Just to eliminate any false hopes... with this posting I'm not
> > volunteering to do this though. I'm merely dopping this suggestion :)
> > Best regards...
> > MacSlow
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