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Re: Slipfeed

Post by mike » Tue Nov 11, 2008 9:46 am

qubodup wrote:By the way. Will you release the website system under an open source license? Or are you not very interested in any of that? :)
Release the website as open source? Is anyone actually interested in looking at my disorganized and unpretty code for a website? I'd be embarrassed to show people how the page is built, but I'm all up for open sourcing it... if I only knew how.
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Re: Slipfeed

Post by bartbes » Wed Nov 12, 2008 9:41 pm

Activities stopped :cry: ? Anyway I'd like to see a function to send messages to project managers.

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Re: Slipfeed

Post by mike » Thu Nov 13, 2008 1:18 am

bartbes wrote:Activities stopped :cry: ? Anyway I'd like to see a function to send messages to project managers.
Activities stopped? What?
Also: Your wish is my command... maybe... if I remember it. Should you be able to send messages to anybody? And should project admins be listed somewhere? Perhaps you should be able to send messages to the project itself and the admins (whomever they are) can respond to it at their leisure...
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Re: Slipfeed

Post by bartbes » Thu Nov 13, 2008 6:39 am

My RSS reader stopped showing me new things :)
About the messages, my intention always was sending messages to project admins (or the project itself), as the messages were meant to be just good enough to read for the owners, but not something you want to display publicly.

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Re: Slipfeed

Post by nightvenom » Thu Nov 13, 2008 9:40 pm

Nice site, i'll be submitting my project soon :)

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Re: Slipfeed

Post by mike » Fri Nov 14, 2008 12:46 am

nightvenom wrote:Nice site, i'll be submitting my project soon :)
BE WARNED, ALL YE MORTALS
The site is currently undergoing testing and when that is complete I will PURGE the database of all projects and start afresh (after my project has been handed in). This is because the page is quite full of CRAP that is the result of testing.
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Re: Slipfeed

Post by Green_Hell » Sun Nov 16, 2008 10:56 pm

Few issues:
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  • Why not BBCode in description? HTML works, but strangely
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  • Did I, really? :P

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Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; cs-CZ; rv:1.9.0.3) Gecko/2008092816 Iceweasel/3.0.3 (Debian-3.0.3-3)
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Re: Slipfeed

Post by Green_Hell » Mon Nov 17, 2008 12:31 am

List does not seam to work in diary. :(

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[list=1]
[*]The main characters which will be the game about.
[*]The name based on those characters.
[*]Developer(s).
[*]Artist(s).
[*]Did I forget something?
[/list]
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Re: Slipfeed

Post by mike » Mon Nov 17, 2008 2:40 am

1. Text entry is retarded. To comply with XHTML standards I need to set the cols and rows for every textarea, but the end result is different in the different browsers. Any suggestions on how to fix it? Will CSS'd width and height override the visual setting and work?

2. Descriptions shouldn't be bbcode-able as there would be no real gain from it and the negative effects are massive (someone could just swarm the page with stuff, design inconcistencies in project browser, etc). HTML works because I'm stupid and forgot :P

3. Textarea and button: I think I made the sizes static in the latest update, but maybe not. Making it look perfect in FF/Opera/Chrome in Windows means that it's fucked in Linux (or Safari).

4. Forums: Didn't I?

5. BBCode lists: Yeah, I'll get to that. I just made sure that the bbcode mentioned on the Wikipedia page was supported.

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Re: Slipfeed

Post by Green_Hell » Mon Nov 17, 2008 9:00 am

mike wrote:Any suggestions on how to fix it? Will CSS'd width and height override the visual setting and work?
No ideas. :( Sorry It's the first time I completely forgot CSS. I'm not going to learn it again till the summer holiday. :P
mike wrote:4. Forums: Didn't I?
I'm not sure I understand this answer. :? I meant that it claims that I added those post but it was you and rude in fact.
mike wrote:If you want whatever you wrote to be saved, please let me know here and I'll try to do it.
If it wasn't very difficult I'd want you to save my projects. :oops: I've already saved the diary sources to txt file but I guess your way is better. ^^
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