Re: [hackers] Draft Deanster Design Doc and other stuff

2003-07-30 Thread Joshua Koenig
Here's where I begin and end on this. It is in fact the nature of the beast and one can choose, as a player to work for change within it (and risk being consumed by it), or work outside for it (and risk being used, then ultimately sidelined by it) or choose to sit it out and navel gaze to the

Re: [hackers] Draft Deanster Design Doc and other stuff

2003-07-30 Thread CMR
That last sentence, cast in bronze. Ours is but to choose individually. Whatever your opinion on the Dean campaign and how they interact with us, it's up to individuals to make their choices. This group is an informal association, and I don't think we're going to make a collective decision

[hackers] Abandoning current theme project

2003-07-30 Thread Lynn Siprelle
I'm abandoning the grassroots theme because it's the butt-ugliest thing I've designed since 1995, and that's saying something. (Don't believe it? See http://www.siprelle.com/sandbox .) I've got one other theme idea I'm going to give a run at (black and white). Somebody point me at something.

Re: [hackers] Draft Deanster Design Doc

2003-07-30 Thread Joshua Koenig
Independent of the terminology, I believe it is crucial for any sort of online community building tool to facilitate interaction between the users above and beyond merely listing information. I am concerned from what I am hearing, that such functionality seems to be missing from 'Deanster' and I

Re: [hackers] Abandoning current theme project

2003-07-30 Thread Joshua Koenig
I'm abandoning the grassroots theme because it's the butt-ugliest thing I've designed since 1995, and that's saying something. (Don't believe it? See http://www.siprelle.com/sandbox .) I've got one other theme idea I'm going to give a run at (black and white). Somebody point me at something.

RE: [hackers] Draft Deanster Design Doc

2003-07-30 Thread Zephyr Teachout
What josh said :) Zephyr Teachout Internet Organizing Outreach Dean for America [EMAIL PROTECTED] Meetup at http://www.deanforamerica.com/meetup Get local at http://action.deanforamerica.com Contribute at http://www.deanforamerica.com/contribute -Original Message- From: [EMAIL

[hackers] IRC Meeting - 5 minutes....

2003-07-30 Thread Zack Rosen
Wednesday, July 30th, 8:30 PM EDT - #hack4dean irc.freenode.org Here are some topics i we came up with.. http://www.hack4dean.org/phpwiki/index.php?IrcMeeting Go add your own, cya there. -Zack

Re: [hackers] Abandoning current theme project

2003-07-30 Thread CMR
- Original Message - 1) You guys/gals are doing great work. 2) Are you (any of you) open to requests for themes? 3) Are any of you open to mentoring other graphics people who might want to create themes? I'm going to try my hand busting out some themes; I've got drupal installed and

[hackers] Easing potential conflict between homegrown sites and DeanSpace

2003-07-30 Thread Josh Swartzbaugh
Hello everyone! First I'd like to say that I'm very happy to be a part of this group. :) Uniting the various Dean movements is going to be one of the most important pieces of the puzzle to change this country's direction. It's not often that you can feel that you are really making a difference