RE: FOP site update

2004-06-29 Thread Victor Mote
Clay Leeds wrote: 

 Way ahead of you[1]! (I'm using the version re-created by 
 Victor--and 'improved' by me a little. I/we never got a 
 vector-based version of that one, even though I like the 
 'mirrors' version you linked to better. We need a 
 vector-based version so we can have resolution-independence).

I can see two vector-based versions in ViewCVS. The SVG version is here:
http://cvs.apache.org/viewcvs.cgi/xml-fop/src/documentation/resources/images
/logo2.svg
The Adobe Illustrator version is here:
http://cvs.apache.org/viewcvs.cgi/xml-fop/src/documentation/resources/images
/logo2.ai

Here is the concurrent mailing list discussion:
http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?l=fop-devm=107091332015607w=2

Victor Mote



Re: FOP site update

2004-06-29 Thread Clay Leeds
On Jun 29, 2004, at 7:41 AM, Victor Mote wrote:
Clay Leeds wrote:
Way ahead of you[1]! (I'm using the version re-created by
Victor--and 'improved' by me a little. I/we never got a
vector-based version of that one, even though I like the
'mirrors' version you linked to better. We need a
vector-based version so we can have resolution-independence).
I can see two vector-based versions in ViewCVS. The SVG version is  
here:
http://cvs.apache.org/viewcvs.cgi/xml-fop/src/documentation/resources/ 
images
/logo2.svg
The Adobe Illustrator version is here:
http://cvs.apache.org/viewcvs.cgi/xml-fop/src/documentation/resources/ 
images
/logo2.ai

Here is the concurrent mailing list discussion:
http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?l=fop-devm=107091332015607w=2
Victor Mote
Sorry... I should've been more clear. The version I have[1] *is* the  
vector-based version I believe you (Victor) re-created. It's is *very*  
close to the original (great job Victor!), except the original had a  
'3D' ink bottle and '?xml' in the upper left quadrant of the 'O' in  
'FOP' (which I added). (Lest we forget... I am the original, official  
FOP nitpicker[2]! ;-p).

In any case, I used the AI version to output JPG  GIF versions... but  
had some trouble getting a clean version with anything other than a  
white background. [OT] Exacerbating the problem is that I just switched  
to a new Powerbook G4, but my Fireworks install was clobbered. I'm  
still having trouble getting it to work, which isn't helping things.

Also, I've been working to implement a different Forrest 'skin', but I  
keep getting errors when I switch from the forrest-site skin to other  
skins. When that is resolved, things will fall into place.

Web Maestro Clay
[1]
http://homepage.mac.com/webmaestro/xml-fop/
[2]
http://xml.apache.org/fop/team.html#cl
(NOTE: [OT] some may have noticed, that I've added IDs for each person,  
so appending '#your_initials' to the team.html link brings you to your  
entry... :-)



Re: FOP site update

2004-06-28 Thread Glen Mazza
--- Clay Leeds [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 BTW, I wouldn't mind changing the 'skin' for the web
 site to something 
 more appealing ([2] comes to mind...). 

+100, I like the modern white background.  Axis also
uses that.The current blue color we use is
starting to look like the avocado green that plagued
so many appliances in the 1970s.

Glen



Re: FOP site update

2004-06-28 Thread Glen Mazza
While you're at it, along with the skin change, you
may wish to switch our logo to the one at the top of
http://mirrors.xtria.com/apache/xml/fop/.

Glen

--- Glen Mazza [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 --- Clay Leeds [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  BTW, I wouldn't mind changing the 'skin' for the
 web
  site to something 
  more appealing ([2] comes to mind...). 
 
 +100, I like the modern white background.  Axis also
 uses that.The current blue color we use is
 starting to look like the avocado green that plagued
 so many appliances in the 1970s.
 
 Glen
 
 



Re: FOP site update

2004-06-28 Thread Clay Leeds
On Jun 28, 2004, at 2:42 PM, Glen Mazza wrote:
While you're at it, along with the skin change, you
may wish to switch our logo to the one at the top of
http://mirrors.xtria.com/apache/xml/fop/.
Glen
Way ahead of you[1]! (I'm using the version re-created by Victor--and 
'improved' by me a little. I/we never got a vector-based version of 
that one, even though I like the 'mirrors' version you linked to 
better. We need a vector-based version so we can have 
resolution-independence).

Great minds think alike!
[1]
http://homepage.mac.com/webmaestro/xml-fop/
(as I mentioned in another e-mail, the jaggies on this image will go 
away when we move to a white background)...



Re: FOP site update

2004-06-28 Thread Christian Geisert
Glen Mazza wrote:
--- Clay Leeds [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
BTW, I wouldn't mind changing the 'skin' for the web
site to something 
more appealing ([2] comes to mind...). 
+100, I like the modern white background.  Axis also
I like this better too ... we should have at look at the krysalis/tigris
(or whatever it will be called) style in forrest 0.6
uses that.The current blue color we use is
starting to look like the avocado green that plagued
so many appliances in the 1970s.
Hey it's not that bad ... at least we are not using stylebook anymore ;-)
Christian