[Seaside] [ANN] new Seaside homepage
philippe.marschall at gmail.com
Wed Jul 11 11:36:18 UTC 2007
2007/7/11, Michael Gorsuch <michael.gorsuch at gmail.com>:
> Excellent work! I think this'll help foster even more interest in
> both the framework and Smalltalk.
> Question - how did you manage the syntax highlighting on the example pages?
PierShout plugin. Uses Shout behind the scenes to do the semantic
markup and CSS for the style.
> On 7/11/07, Martial Boniou <martial.boniou at ifrance.com> wrote:
> > Nice work. It's a good ad for pier cms too. It seems that the header
> > should be nicer if it was textured; the white is a bit large.
> > Is there a vector/SVG/AI/flash logo of Seaside. I'll be glad to have a
> > resizeable logo (and a extra-small version like the 'get firefox'
> > buttons (20px*80px)).
> > Finally I have two remarks.
> > - I don't like to much the resized image in the box (screenshot section)
> > when you have small screens (as I have now). It's nothing but a generic
> > solution?
> > - Is the 'manage' section useful to display? I use Pier too and what I
> > did for my personal website is to add a special 'hidden' page for
> > administration in dispatcher pointing to the same PRKernel instance but
> > displaying the 'manage' section (using a configuration new variable to
> > say whether the 'manage' section are displayed or not). So when the user
> > access to seaside via:
> > seaside.st = it displays the page without 'manage'
> > And when he writes:
> > seaside.st/secretadminpageentry = it goes with the login section and all
> > the admin things.
> > It's just suggestion. It's a very nice work. It's far better than the
> > old pages. I hope squeak.org/squeakfoundation sites will benefit this
> > kind of new design one day.
> > About the demos, I'm thinking it would be nice to see an halo demo with
> > a *secure* inspector and read-only wabrowser displaying the only
> > concerned categories. Just a brainstorming!
> > --
> > Martial
> > On Wed, 2007-07-11 at 09:50 +0200, Philippe Marschall wrote:
> > > Hi
> > >
> > > After too many delays the new Seaside homepage  has finally gone
> > > online. Since we switched hosts it might take a moment until the DNS
> > > update propagates to you. The first thing you'll notice is the updated
> > > look for which we no longer have to excuse. We cleaned up the content
> > > and added a lot of new stuff. Among others you'll find interactive
> > > examples, feed aggregation Monticello commit logs and the answers to
> > > often asked questions like 'What is the best Swiss cheese?'. Under the
> > > hood we made a lot of technology upgrades. We finally run on Seaside
> > > (2.8) and the Pier CMS with several plug-ins, we are also hosted at
> > > Seaside-Hosting . The only way to eat more dog food would be
> > > running on SqueakNOS.
> > >
> > > The page is not yet fully finished (and probably never will be) but we
> > > feel we're at the point where it's significantly better than the old
> > > one. So if you have suggestions for improvements or want to help get
> > > in contact with us.
> > >
> > > Cheers
> > > Lukas
> > > Philippe
> > >
> > >  http://www.seaside.st
> > >  http://www.seasidehosting.st/
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