GNOME Websites CSS Framework (Part 2)
Here I am, already eagerly writing down my proposal for 2021's GSoC
On 2020, we started the development of an UI library for all gnome web related development. An unified toolkit/framework that would allow us to quickly make pages using our visual identity.
This library is also meant to be used in the future on the redesign of GNOME.org, but it is not the scope of this specific project.
This project is also not based on current GNOME.org look and feel. If you have any question regarding the project specifics, reach us out at the Engagement Channel.
This project would take from where we stopped on GSoC 2020, and continue the goals of the project. Aiming a code-complete version of all the basic UI element (button, div/containers, paragraphs, inputs, text, font, etc) and UI components (header, footer, tables, lists, sections, etc).
More information is being provided on the #engagement:gnome.org (Engagement Channel). Please join us via https://gnome.element.io
Amount of students:
- Only one student
- But it would be really great if this year we could have two!
- #engagement:gnome.org in Matrix
- Please do not do DM’s for questions about the project, do it in the Engagement Channel
- Please avoid commenting in this Issue with comments like “I want to be mentored in this year”. Remember this Issue is a project proposal not application