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From Ross Gardler <rgard...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [RT] Accepting and managing Skin Packages (was Re: Forrest Example Sites)
Date Thu, 02 Jun 2005 12:22:42 GMT
Torsten Stolpmann wrote:

> As Claudia already pointed out, most work done on pelt was rather 
> destructive (disabling/removing features we didn't need/like/got in the 
> way) than constructive.

I've often wanted to disable certain features in our skins, but never 
found the time to do it. The diffs between your work and pelt will 
clearly indicate where the code is that should be disabled for various 
features. With the use of some extra skin config and <xsl:if > elements 
those with a strong enough itch should be able to add at least some of 
your changes into pelt.

> So in conclusion: I don't see our work as a new 'skin'. It is too narrow 
> and specialised for that to be in it's current state. Then again it 
> might serve as a showcase on *what* visuals can be achieved and 
> especially *how* they may be achieved.

I agree with your conclusion. If you are still willing please add your 
skin to an issue, if possible add a few notes about the major changes 
you made (in terms of functionality, i.e. added an image to tabs, people 
can look at the code to see how)

Finally, may I take this opportunity to thank you and your company for 
your offer to donate your excellent work on this skin, it is very much 
appreciated by the community.

Ross

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