[Design Patterns] Entering Fluid Design Patterns into the OSDPL

Allison Bloodworth abloodworth at berkeley.edu
Tue Jul 29 06:20:19 UTC 2008

Hi there,

You are receiving this email because you've been assigned the shared  
task (http://issues.fluidproject.org/browse/FLUID-934) of migrating a  
Fluid design pattern to the OSDPL. Many of the patterns are already in  
the OSDPL, but just need to be updated to reflect the most current  
version of the pattern that is in the wiki. We are not quite ready for  
you to begin work as I have one task to complete to get the pattern  
library ready, but wanted to get the process started since we'd like  
to get this done by Wednesday AM. I will have my final task done by  
noon PDT Tuesday, and will send out a reminder message after I've  
finished so you know that you can start work.

In the meantime, please choose your preferred pattern from this list,  
and reply to all so that we know which patterns are taken:

- Drag and Drop Design Pattern
- Drag and Drop - List Ordering Design Pattern
- Drag and Drop - Layout Preview Design Pattern
- Inline Edit Design Pattern
- Pagination Design Pattern - Allison
- Upload Design Pattern

After you've done transferred your pattern to the OSDPL, please remove  
just the pattern *content* from your pattern's wiki page, and in the  
wiki content area put a link to the pattern in the OSDPL. This way, no  
one will edit the pattern on the wiki, but the wiki pages will still  
be there for people looking for those patterns until we decide to  
permanently delete them from the wiki. I *am* wondering if permanent  
deletion from the wiki is a good idea (e.g. in case people are looking  
for pattern content on the wiki, maybe we want to keep the pointers?),  
so that will be something to think about.

Please complete the migration of your pattern before the OSDPL meeting  
on Wednesday, July 30th at 11am PDT/2pm EDT. If you have any questions  
or problems as you enter your pattern, don't hesitate to contact me.  
It looks like Gary and Erin still need to set up accounts on the OSDPL  
and tell me their user names so I can give them 'pattern editor'  
privileges. Everyone else should be all set with this.


Allison Bloodworth
Senior User Interaction Designer
Educational Technology Services
University of California, Berkeley
(415) 377-8243
abloodworth at berkeley.edu

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