[Israel.pm] New design for TA.pm website

Meir Kriheli mkriheli at gmail.com
Wed Sep 5 17:35:15 PDT 2012


On Tue, Sep 4, 2012 at 7:16 PM, Sawyer X <xsawyerx at cpan.org> wrote:

> Hi,
> the TA.pm website has been neglected for a while. This includes writing
> about new meetings and adding content (such as slides from talks).
> While time was a factor, the main reason (or at least the one I'll admit
> to) was that the design was cumbersome and ineffective and made it
> difficult to present content. The build system was tricky and annoying and
> still required many duplications in content, even after Amir Friedman
> overhauled much of it. Thank you, Amir, by the way. :)
> I recently redid the design of it, and you can view it at:
> http://telaviv.pm.org/v2/. As you can see, it maintains the content from
> the previous site, but also includes more links and a much nicer layout.
> You can find the website on the "v2" feature branch in the Github
> repository, here: https://github.com/xsawyerx/telaviv.pm/tree/v2
> I'd be happy to receive any patches and pull requests. I'm also willing to
> provide commit bits to whoever asks.
> I'd be happy to get any feedback, and would appreciate focusing on the
> following:
> - Do you think the new design is better?
> - What do you think should be added as links on the right?
> - Do you have a blog that we could link to?
> - Should we add a "members" section where we could write a bit about
> community members?
> - Would you like to help going over the previous talks and collect the
> details and any slides they may had?
> - Did I miss anything?
> Thank you,
> s.
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Back to the future ;-)

December 29th, 2012

This was our first TA.pm since it has been reestablished.


Meir Kriheli
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