#818 first draft of publishing chapters from the brochure

Chiuso
eal vorrebbe unire 3 commit da eal:firstchapterdraft a master
eal 1 anno fa ha commentato

This is a first draft for future publications of individual chapters from the pmpc-brochure. As this is the first time I have been working on the LESS/CSS, @max.mehl can you please have a look before merging?

This is a first draft for future publications of individual chapters from the pmpc-brochure. As this is the first time I have been working on the LESS/CSS, @max.mehl can you please have a look before merging?
max.mehl revisionato 1 anno fa
@@ -509,1 +509,4 @@

/* Styles for the pmpc-news articles */

img.newsitempic-externalauthor {
max.mehl 1 anno fa ha commentato

That’s not necessary, bootstrap offers img-circle: https://getbootstrap.com/docs/3.3/css/#images

That's not necessary, bootstrap offers img-circle: https://getbootstrap.com/docs/3.3/css/#images
@@ -510,0 +514,4 @@
border-radius: 50%;
}

div.newsitempic-externalauthor {
max.mehl 1 anno fa ha commentato

Why do you indent here and below? Let’s try to keep a unified indenting scheme, so perhaps 2 or 4 spaces or 1 tab.

Also, it makes sense to first define the div and then the img it contains. An hierarchical structure makes things easier to understand.

Why do you indent here and below? Let's try to keep a unified indenting scheme, so perhaps 2 or 4 spaces or 1 tab. Also, it makes sense to first define the div and then the img it contains. An hierarchical structure makes things easier to understand.
@@ -510,0 +516,4 @@

div.newsitempic-externalauthor {
float: right;
max-width: 80px;
max.mehl 1 anno fa ha commentato

I would not put the single image in a div, you could add all classes to the img directly: img-circle, pull-right (instead of float-style). If you uploaded the picture in 80px*80px, you would not even have to define the max-width.

I would not put the single image in a div, you could add all classes to the img directly: img-circle, [pull-right](https://getbootstrap.com/docs/3.3/css/#helper-classes-floats) (instead of float-style). If you uploaded the picture in 80px*80px, you would not even have to define the max-width.
@@ -510,0 +521,4 @@
}
@media (min-width: @screen-sm-min) {
float: right;
max.mehl 1 anno fa ha commentato

This misses a class/id or whatever. After media, you have a normal declaration of a target

This misses a class/id or whatever. After media, you have a normal declaration of a target
@@ -510,0 +527,4 @@
}
div.box-grey-bg {
max.mehl 1 anno fa ha commentato

Can’t we just use the blockquote tag?

Can't we just use the blockquote tag?
look/fsfe.less
@@ -510,0 +551,4 @@
}
}
max.mehl 1 anno fa ha commentato

Blanklines. Blanklines everywhere :D

Blanklines. Blanklines everywhere :D
look/fsfe.less
@@ -510,0 +560,4 @@
margin-right: auto;
}

@media (min-width: @screen-sm-min) {
max.mehl 1 anno fa ha commentato

Indentation went mad :P

Indentation went mad :P
news/2019/news-20190228-01.en.xhtml
@@ -0,0 +16,4 @@

<p>Free Software is well established in the IT world. A significant number of companies, from SMEs to global corporations, invest considerable sums in the further development and use of Free Software. Public administrations now also regularly use Free Software. For example, for administration in municipalities, as a decision database for courts, or for the provision of geodata on the Internet [<a href="#1">1</a>]. The reasons for using Free Software in companies and public administrations are manifold, e.g. the openness of the standards used, the independence from suppliers and products, the exchange with the community of users and developers, security, as well as stability and possible cost savings.</p>
<div class="newsitempic-full">
max.mehl 1 anno fa ha commentato

Why using a custom class here? What’s wrong with out default one with a fixed width? Ideally max-width:556px (80% of 100% in full width)

Why using a custom class here? What's wrong with out default one with a fixed width? Ideally max-width:556px (80% of 100% in full width)
@@ -0,0 +60,4 @@
<div class="newsitempic-externalauthor">
<img src="/picturebase/people/2019-Simon_Schlauri-200px.jpg" class="newsitempic-externalauthor" alt="Prof. Dr. Simon Schlauri" />
max.mehl 1 anno fa ha commentato

The round picture requires a square picture, otherwise it looks like an egg ;)

The round picture requires a square picture, otherwise it looks like an egg ;)
@@ -0,0 +88,4 @@
</div>
<div class="pmpc-article-footnotes">
max.mehl 1 anno fa ha commentato

We already have a footnotes style used in some places. E.g. have a look here: https://fsfe.org/about/funds/2017.en.html

We already have a footnotes style used in some places. E.g. have a look here: https://fsfe.org/about/funds/2017.en.html
eal 1 anno fa ha commentato
Autore

@max.mehl i removed some of your proposed unnecessary styles, but I have to admit, I did not understood all of your comments. Generally this seems not to be a good workflow and I would like to propose that we either

  • use inline-CSS and once we have the style finished we move that over to the central CSS just like we do it with the supporters interview now, or
  • you do changes in the .less etc and give me comments what you did.

i prefer the first one and see no problem with it. would that be ok with you?

@max.mehl i removed some of your proposed unnecessary styles, but I have to admit, I did not understood all of your comments. Generally this seems not to be a good workflow and I would like to propose that we either - use inline-CSS and once we have the style finished we move that over to the central CSS just like we do it with the supporters interview now, or - you do changes in the .less etc and give me comments what you did. i prefer the first one and see no problem with it. would that be ok with you?
reinhard 1 anno fa ha commentato
Collaboratori

I also think that the workflow we currently use for the testimonials pages works well, especially if we can use the test instance to see what we’re talking about :-)

I also think that the workflow we currently use for the testimonials pages works well, especially if we can use the test instance to see what we're talking about :-)
eal 1 anno fa ha commentato
Autore

@reinhard Thank you for the comment. Yes, that is also a good worflow, considering I understand how to work with the test-instance soon : )

@reinhard Thank you for the comment. Yes, that is also a good worflow, considering I understand how to work with the test-instance soon : )
eal closed this pull request 1 anno fa
Tutti i controlli sono stati effettuati con successo
the build was successful
Questa pull request non può essere riaperta perché il branch è stato eliminato.
Effettua l'accesso per partecipare alla conversazione.
Nessun revisore
Nessuna milestone
Nessuna assegnatario
3 Partecipanti
Notifiche
Data di scadenza

Nessuna data di scadenza impostata.

Dipendenze

Questo problema attualmente non ha alcuna dipendenza.

Caricamento…
Non ci sono ancora contenuti.