[Fwd: Fluid wiki template]
mara at media.berkeley.edu
Fri Jul 13 20:28:54 UTC 2007
Really nice. Seeing it in the JA-SIG context was very helpful also.
On Jul 13, 2007, at 12:07 PM, Paul Zablosky wrote:
> I like the template. The idea of putting narrative or structured
> content on the left, and a marginal gloss on the right for highlights,
> links and references is a great way to exploit the wiki medium.
> The link to Gary's example didn't come out quite right in my copy
> of the
> message. Here it is again:
> For an actual example of how Gary has used this convention, we can
> a look at the uPortal user experience pages in the JA-SIG wiki at:
> Hope you don't mind, Gary ...
> Colin Clark wrote:
>> Hi everyone,
>> Gary Thompson was kind enough to help create a simple template for
>> top-level sections within the Fluid Project wiki. The feature I'm
>> impressed with is that the "Related Links" section of the page is
>> intended to automatically reflect other pages that have been tagged
>> appropriately. This will make it easier to manage a lot of the
>> cross-cutting content we have.
>> Take a look and let Gary and the list know what you think.
>> and improvements are of course welcome.
>> If we all like it, perhaps we can start moving our major sections
>> Components, Designer's Toolkit, Development, Project Coordination,
>> User Experience) to using this design?
>> -------- Original Message --------
>> Subject: Fluid wiki template
>> Date: Wed, 11 Jul 2007 08:59:28 -0700
>> From: Gary Thompson <gary at unicon.net>
>> Reply-To: gary at unicon.net
>> Organization: Unicon, Inc.
>> To: colin.clark at utoronto.ca
>> I created a page that is a sample of a 2 column page template.
>> Let me
>> know what you think.
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