The “Pome” Fellowship blog theme
The goal of this project is to fix all functional bugs in the Pome theme developed for Fellowship blogs. The goal is a stable release for wide-spread use on blogs.fsfe.org. This task is part of the FellowshipHacks/Projects/Blog project.
Active development will take place at https://github.com/marklindhout/Pome. Also, larger releases will be synced with the FSFE Subversion repositories at https://svn.fsfe.org/fsfe-blogs/themes/pome to keep the current release available for blogs.fsfe.org.
Helping with the theme
Help is welcome! Have a look at FellowshipHacks/Projects/Blog or drop <marklindhout AT fsfe DOT org> a line.
People in this project
Lead developer: Mark P. Lindhout (marklindhout, <marklindhout AT fsfe DOT org>)
Bugs & Features
- (bug) Social media buttons: allow the user to enable/disable single buttons
- (feature request) Social media buttons: add support for Flattr
- Add a widget for FSFE member introduction (a sort of mini-profile)
Fix display of <code> and <pre> elements in post content. (see next item as well)
- Implement fitting custom style for the WP-Syntax plugin, and remove clutter when plugin is activated.
Apparently, Twitter changed something, since "Error while loading Twitter feed." messages are popping up all over the place. The built-in Twitter widget needs to be fixed.
(Fixed: marklindhout @ 2012-11-29) The inserted post galleries are broken. Alignment is strange, and amount of photo's per line aren't followed.
(Fixed: marklindhout @ 2012-11-21) Images in the content column are not scaled to width of that column. This results in overflow, which can disrupt the layout.
(Fixed: marklindhout @ 2012-11-21) Comments are erroneously displayed in a <dialog> element. This should be changed to conform to the (very loose) HTML5 specification on the subject: http://dev.w3.org/html5/spec/single-page.html#conversations
(Fixed: marklindhout @ 2012-11-21) RSS-feeds aren't working correctly. This seems to have something to do with the header and some missing feed calls.
- The built-in social media profile plugin should be adapted to allow for freeform input of links to profiles.
box-shadow on container frame not tested yet in older browsers. (those with shady CSS3 support.)
(Fixed: marklindhout @ 2012-11-21) Social Media on post pages is not styled very well.
(Fixed: marklindhout @ 2012-11-29) Category pages need better styling: add date, tags, author.
Always test and fix for:
- Firefox 3-Current
- Safari 5+
- Opera 10+
- Android devices