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  • Great work! How about Krow or someone adding this as a theme in the CVS?

    It's either on the beat or off the beat, it's that easy.
    • While I would love to see a standard-CSS slashcode theme, I don't forsee the OSDN guys adding pty's stuff into their CVS anytime soon. It just didn't look finished.

      I'm not knocking it - don't get me wrong - he's done a ton of work, and I hope he does finish it so we can all use it. (please???)

      Here's the question: If someone does a CSS'd theme for slashcode, and/or if pty finishes the xhtml themes -

      1. would osdn consider including it in the slashcode src/cvs.

      2. would osdn then keep that theme up and curr
      lottadot []
      • by pty (3966) <{peter} {at} {}> on Thursday January 16 2003, @08:22AM (#5572)

        Trust me, I will continue to work on this. If I for some reason don't have time to work on it as much as I'm doing right now I'll still continue to work on it.

        Right now I'm working on merging in the latest changes from slashcode's cvs into the theme. So I'll keep it updated against the latest changes in slashcode's cvs.

        If OSDN wants to use if on one if their sites, it's up to them to decide if they want to do that. If we are talking about site owners starting to use this theme the first goal must be that new slash sites adapt this theme, not already 'live' ones because the theme lacks any utilites to help the site owner to move to the new theme right now, like for example fixing the markup in all old comments.

        If you see stuff on the demo site / in the code that you think needs fixing, please mail me ( ) telling me what it is. Chances are that I already know about it, if I do that at least I would know that people want this fixed so I can give it a higher priority.