@0xb100d I've prepared a PR that adds links to Wiki, Community Projects (on the wiki) as well as links to a bunch of chats. Most are gitter chats, and keybase is the last. I've not linked discord any others yet. If all outstanding PRs on mw/site gets merged, the result would look like this: https://sesam.github.io/grin-site/
i havent looked into the edit history but some discord made it to the homepage
with links to the wiki I can easily add the slew of community created channels
@0xb100d right, in the footer. I made a PR replacing discord with Keybase, since most will anyway use keybase for wallet send convenience
@0xb100d@sesam I have no idea what you mean. The moderators are always active, could you point a situation out to me that isn't accurately handled? Or that someone hasn't been helped? Also. Alot of people use Discord, and not Keybase. Don't force people into a certain technology if they wish to stay with their to-go-to platforms, you will reach less people.
I'm also going to respond on that PR. Because Discord is a large platform, far more adopted than keybase, let them co-exist.
put the keybase on the website, wait a month and see which platform is more actively joined.
its a great community channel but the aims are much broader than the core community I think, and in projects like this we want to minimize points of contact as much as possible. I am on there every day and am grateful for it
Hi @sesam for me the "what's MimbleWimble" button on the homepage is still not very easy to see (when I don't hover on it)
Lance I agree. I was thinking changing the hover effect to "hover to show the black border" and maybe match border width with smiley logo border width.
that would mean making that button and the github button much more "explicit" vs original design, so that's why I started with a smaller nuance in my direction. boiling the frog-style
Hi there, is anyone here writing a frontend to the wallet?
:) Maybe try search above. Right now I can remember i1skn (native), kylanhurt (react-native), grin-web-wallet (web AngularJS, somewhat broken and maybe not too hard to get working again)
then there's wallet713 that's currently command line, will have a GUI at some point, but that will take a while
maybe if you have the skills you could try building a UI for wallet713? there are designs available if you scroll this channel, or ask lehnberg
We’ve discussed and agreed before that it would be great to make “Improve this website” much more prominent than the current bottom right small link. Maybe a banner or something that really encourages people to edit copy / design
Looks like it’s not fully responsive. There’s breakage on mobile / tablet.
Noted. Was thinking of fixing the menu, reponsiveness, etc. only if there was enough interest to update site.
3 is also something that could be done better, agreed.
Cool, and makes sense. Let’s see what others think, but I’m 100% for this, feels like a very nice improvement.
nicely minimalist, like grin wants to be. Though I'm still partial to thick borders that rhyme with the grin logo black borders. Could be worth trying out thick borders, even if only as a hover effect. my 2 mGrins
I just compared the current version with the proposed update, tbh the new version looks better in every way for me. The font looks sharper. The way the Floonet banner notification blends into the next element of the page looks fantastic. Would be nice if we could rewrite 'Scaleable' to be the same height as the 'Private' and 'Open' text.
Super nice @nijynot
Yo what’s up people.i wanted to introduce myself. I doubt the people I have dueled with over the months will be chatty here. I am a major critic of Grin. I understand the issues that are ahead. I decided to help instead of complain. Complaining is not helpful. I brought a tempered lens with me. How should we start engaging? I want to get integrated.
Spoke too soon. Let’s work together guys. I told you I would come. I’m here.
Is this where all the design and marcom dialogue is happening or should I be adding additional channels?
Welcome @numecca, glad you joined Gitter! This is the design channel, where we focus on UX, Art, and Interaction Design related to Grin. General project critique is best directed in https://gitter.im/grin_community/Lobby.
I’m done criticizing. Let’s get to work.
nothing wrong with criticism, as long as its constructive :D