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Graynomad

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Oct 10, 2010, 04:20 pm Last Edit: Oct 10, 2010, 04:33 pm by graynomad Reason: 1
Hi Jon,

It's starting to look the business, did you eat or sleep over the weekend?

On the "enter new shield" dialogue with my browser (IE7) the longer signal names (D11/MOSI etc) wrap around and throw the alignment out for all checkboxes below.

On the Jimmie Rodgers page

http://shieldlist.org/jimmierodgers

The link to his home page

http://jimmierodgers.com/

Doesn't appear to have anything to do with shields or Arduinos.

Also the spacing between D7 and D8 should be .16"  :)

Rob
Rob Gray aka the GRAYnomad www.robgray.com

Graynomad

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The link to his home page

http://jimmierodgers.com/

Doesn't appear to have anything to do with shields or Arduinos.


Just worked it out, should be

http://jimmie[glow]p[/glow]rodgers.com/
Rob Gray aka the GRAYnomad www.robgray.com

Jonathan Oxer

Oops, thanks for the fix for http://jimmieprodgers.com. I've updated the DB now.

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did you eat or sleep over the weekend?


Not much! In the end I decided to write the whole thing from scratch (right from the basic database connectivity and template parsing up) rather than base it on an existing CMS, because I have a vague idea that it could be good to release the entire source code for the system at some point. I'm already thinking about exposing the underling data in some way, either a basic on-demand CSV export or a proper API. I want this system to be as open as possible.

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On the "enter new shield" dialogue with my browser (IE7) the longer signal names (D11/MOSI etc) wrap around and throw the alignment out for all checkboxes below.


Thanks, I'll check that out. I haven't even started on cross-browser testing yet: the only thing I've used to look at it so far is Chrome on Linux, and getting that shield representation to work nicely across all browsers is going to be a pain. But it was very late when I get it half-working, so I went to sleep instead   ;-)
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Jon

Jonathan Oxer

We've hit 61 shields now, and thanks to the assistance of a few people I've now retrospectively added images and descriptions to many of the imported shields as well. My goal is to hit 100 shields listed by the end of this week and to have completed filling in the missing info for all the existing entries.

Still lots of UI stuff to be done, of course.

http://shieldlist.org/
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Jon

nocheinAndi

#24
Oct 13, 2010, 12:36 pm Last Edit: Oct 13, 2010, 12:37 pm by nocheinAndi Reason: 1
Thanks Jonathan, great work :)


PS:
Firefox 3.6.10 on W2k just looking fine :)

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