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Re: [Ampu-dev] Great News!

From: Lee Braiden
Subject: Re: [Ampu-dev] Great News!
Date: 27 Feb 2002 02:25:53 +0000

On Tue, 2002-02-26 at 22:49, steve wrote:
> Once this project is past its infancy we may use the following domains
> currently owns these domains, and have suggested we may use 
> them.

Wow.. great work, Steve =)

> Also is looking for a coding solution for their "Issue 
> Forum System".

Sounds like a job for AMPU ;)  (we're not building a "Super AMPU", are
we? ;^)

There are a few differences in their proposal from AMPU's strategy, but
we might be able to convince them, especially since they were planning
to pay for a closed system, and this is being designed to do what they
want at their level, but also in a much larger arena.  They might even
sponsor the project, eh?

> I was also thinking of creating a template based interface system.  I could 
> do this template system in tk, wxWindows, and php.  The idea is to give a 
> consistent look and feel for all modules and interfaces.  Basically i would 
> make a button, titlebar set.  Also, if we decide that php makes the most 
> sense for the web, I would love to start writing some api pieces.  For 
> example i could create a file that would be universal for all 
> apps.  I know some of this is premature, but mostly i am looking for feedback.
> I also would like some input on the Issue Forum System.. what do you guys 
> think?

Hmm.. I'm worried about speed & comfort a little, but a web interface
does make a lot of sense, at least for the initial GUI.  So there's no
reason not to start putting some ideas together =)

Maybe it's worth creating a few mockups of the overall interface
approach, before getting into details like button appearance, though? 

Al, have you got any objections to proceeding with a web-based ui,
before we continue?  I know there are still a lot of basic details to
work out first, but I can't imagine why we shouldn't follow a cyclic
development model at this stage, to work out what we really want to

Also, Al, how do you feel about a web-based UI?  I'm leaning towards the
web -- the more I think about it, the more it makes sense.  Steve is
apparently there already =).  Any objections?

> Steve
> "Coding a better government"

Nice going -- keep it up, Steve ;)

Lee Braiden,
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