Le 2010-11-20 14:30, Italo Vignoli a écrit :
On 11/20/2010 07:58 PM, Marc Paré wrote:
* Ideas: area where team members can chat in public as well as a private
area; public and private mailist; white board area to comment on design
graphs or to rough sketch live for examples ... collaborative if
possible (where other members can contribute live to a design sketch); a
repository for artwork; perhaps voting capabilities for when members are
asked to choose a "winning" design ... along with the capability to
comment, some type of reference area where colour palettes are stored as
well as design guidelines, FAQ section
I think that work in progress should not be on the web site but on the
wiki (white board areas, collaborative areas), while reference docs can
be on the web site (colour palettes, design guidelines, FAQ sections).
* File formats: .png, tif, .jpg, raw, svg, Photoshop formats, all
openoffice formats, MSO formats
PDF is mandatory, together with all standard documents formats, while I
would avoid proprietary formats like PSD (PhotoShop).
Have you ever had an artwork contributor send a photoshop file for the
team to look at? If so, the Drupal site Team Devs will test the site to
make sure that there are no hiccups if this is ever done. The list is
not to support any of the files formats but to allow the Drupal Team
Devs the change to test to see if there would be any problems on the
site if there was any kind of exchange.
* Workflows / Procedures: work in progress
The "Work in progress" will not appear on the website nor will the
Drupal Web Devs put it on the wiki. This thread is only for our internal
check list to make sure that we have covered as much as possible as far
as organising this section of the site so that the transitions runs
Again, work in progress should be on the wiki.
The web site cannot contain work in progress, as it should be the basic
source of information about TDF and LibreOffice, and people are usually
quoting from the web site without double checking. The presence of work
in progress on the web site is too risky, and I am totally against it.
Completely in agreement. I would also object to such information that
would make the team look disorganised.
Thanks for the info. Just write in if you think that there are other
aspects that we should check or if we should ready anything else for the
Design site on the Drupal LibO website. Once we have organised the site
we will ask for people to test it and for comments.
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