Patterns ready to be published?

Jonathan Hung jhung.utoronto at
Thu Apr 9 20:09:20 UTC 2009

Hi Paul,

I think I've fixed all of these issues. Most of the issues were caused by
old content being created prior to the major work done in January /

The links have been fixed, though I'm sure there are other such problems
throughout the site (old URLs pointing to an URL path structure).

The Comprehensive File Upload and Simple File Upload are both published and
viewable by all.

- Jonathan.

Jonathan Hung / jhung.utoronto at
Fluid Project - ATRC at University of Toronto
Tel: (416) 946-3002

On Wed, Apr 8, 2009 at 3:58 PM, Paul Zablosky <Paul.Zablosky at> wrote:

>  Hi Jonathan,
>     The "Comprehensive File Upload" pattern originally submitted by Eli,
> and substantially rewritten by me, was fairly extensively reviewed:. We did
> a group walkthrough, and I did a lot of revisions based on criticisms and
> suggestions from Allison, Daphne, and Colin.   I think it may be ready for
> publication.
> However: I can't seem to find it in the current library.  It's not filed
> under Content Management.  The Simple File Upload pattern mentions it, but
> gives the link:
> which does not work.
> In the right sidebar of Simple File Upload  there is another link:
> which *does* find the pattern, but I can't seem to locate it any other
> way.
> You are correct: the fact that there aren't any Published patterns visible
> to people who don't log in does look odd.  It confused me when I attempted
> to show the library and demonstrate how it works at a meeting this morning.
> The fact that I couldn't find the pattern I wanted to show was also a bit
> disconcerting.  (But this sort of thing is a risk with *any*demonstration.)
> Regards,
> Paul
> Jonathan Hung wrote:
> Hi Daphne and Allison,
> Are there patterns that are ready to be Published on the OSDPL?
> Currently there aren't any Published patterns on the site, thus anonymous
> users without accounts will experience an empty site.
> If there are patterns that can be released shortly, it would help a lot.
> Are any ready or close enough for public consumption? It looks a bit odd
> that an open source site doesn't appear to have any content for the public.
> :D
> - Jonathan,
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