On 09/17/2011 07:41 PM, Loic Dachary wrote:
I've sent you the source files Aleksandar (in cc) sent me for the design of
I'm very happy that you're willing to help with CSS/HTML integration because exporting the
necessary images is above my paygrade :-)
Regarding the staging area, I'm using https://freedesktop.dachary.org/libreoffice/bug/bug.html
which is built from
and installed according to
In order to actually see the various states, one has to run the application, which is
inconvenient. I will create a static page demonstrating all the possible states. So that it can
be easily copied without the need to actually install the reverse proxy. For the rest, I will
follow your advice on how to proceed.
If I'm given a set of images I can take care of the CSS / HTML integration. I actually enjoy it
;-) Only I'm not skilled at exporting images...
If ?skin is added to the Bug Submission Assistant URL, links are shown to display all the states.
For instance ?skin=submit will show the page as it would look just before the user submit the form.
For HTML/CSS integration, it helps to visualize the states locally without the need to actually
install the corresponding reverse proxy.
You can now install the Bug Submission Assistant locally with
git clone http://cgit.freedesktop.org/libreoffice/website
make # requires http://xmlsoft.org/XSLT/xsltproc.html http://tidy.sourceforge.net/ and
as explained at
You can also see how it currently looks at
I will make the necessary changes to replace the <select> box with stylable menus based on <div>
all day if you need me.
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