[p2pu-dev] first webmaking 101 challenge group on alpha.p2pu.org
arltonlowry at gmail.com
Wed Sep 14 14:19:01 UTC 2011
Zuzel, great job on getting this first release pushed out. I know you've been working really hard on it.
1. I really think the slab-serif typeface used on the p2pu.org and alpha.p2pu.org sites needs to be changed. Can anyone else point to another site that uses a slab-serif typeface exclusively for all the text on the site? I don't know of one. We need to provide the users the familiarity that they find on the rest of the web. They don't need to be jostled by how different the typeface of the P2PU content is.
2. Should the user be able to reorder the tasks? If so, why? I assume that Jamie has the tasks setup so that the user needs to complete each task in order.
3. I will look into how to style the jQuery UI progress bar. It should't be that difficult.
4. I need to fix the way the tasks display when the user isn't logged in, or have not signed up for the challenge.
On Sep 14, 2011, at 7:17 AM, zuzel.vp wrote:
> I copied the tasks for the first webmaking 101 challenge to
> http://alpha.p2pu.org/en/groups/webmaking-101-introduce-yourself/ to
> see how they look like. A few questions:
> 1) Is the first set of challenges going to be one challenge group or
> five groups?
> If it is going to be five groups, are we going to write sub headers
> for each task.
> If is going to be one group can we not call the subsections of
> http://webmaking101.p2pu.org/alpha-challenges/17 tasks because we will
> be alreadying calling tasks each of the five challenges?
> 2) http://webmaking101.p2pu.org/alpha-challenges/17 is mentioning a
> community wall. Is this going to be replaced by a call to post a
> comment in the task?
> 3) Do you already have imagines for the webmaking 101 challenge group(s)?
> 4) Someone has to start moving the content to the new site. Feel free
> to use alpha.p2pu.org as a demo.
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