We want a large schedule grid accessible during the festival. This should be linked prominently on the site.
Mark on Bug 606328: > Note: beyond the small urgent changes in this bug, we need a nice looking > schedule on the site, plus a big schedule button on the front page and program > page. > >I'm assuming Ned and Nathan are driving this. If they aren't, please let me >know so we can discuss. I have that big button in mind - seems we can replace the banner (or part of it) during the festival - how does that sound? As for, the look an functionality of the schedule page; though I am aware of this, it is not something I have a design for yet.
Good re: big button. And can probably kill the register button or make it less prominent a day or two before festival. In terms of design, there is both a visual and editing challenge. Visual is just make it look good. Editing is let us change it all the time. Two most likely editing methods are: 1. Somehow pull in the table from the wiki in real time / on a schedule. or 2. Build it around a google spreadsheet that's embedded in the page. Need your advice re: what's workable and will look good. Could be there is another option.
I think the google spreadsheet would be the better option - pretty sure I would be able to read the data out of it rather then having to embed it directly (ie: more controlled design on our end)
Can you try it based on that, mock that up. I can dump the wiki data into whatever spreadsheet you set up.
will do - I will try to get to this mid next week.
Update from Mark via email: " I'm now convinced that we should stick w/ wiki for the schedule Nathan: Can you help find a volunteer who can make the wiki schedule look better, and probably garden it throughout? Ned: Can we just pull the HTML table from the wiki once cleaned, include on drumbeat.org when you launch, and also include a high profile link at top saying 'MOST UP TO DATE SCHEDULE IS HERE ON THE WIKI'? "
The schedule is now live: https://www.drumbeat.org/festival/schedule I think it might need a bit of introductory text beyond "See also: Program Activities Wiki and Festival Space Map" This also need translating: Toni and Guilermo- I just checked this into your svn (have fun)
I would like to update the schedule copy on the Program page to point to the schedule: something along the lines of: " SCHEDULE <link>Check schedule</link> for details on exactly what's going to happen. You can also <link>read the activities page</link> on the wiki for more detailed information. " does that work for you?
^^^ old copy was: SCHEDULE Want to know exactly what's going to happen? You can see the draft schedule here on the Festival wiki. We're still evolving the details — but the general themes and style of sessions will give you a feel for what's going to happen. You can also read the activities page on the wiki for more detailed information.
(In reply to comment #8) I went ahead and made the update. Toni and Guillermo: this needs translating. Thanks!
I just updated the big green "Register" button to point to the schedule (and say schedule). I also hid the Registration tab. Toni and Guillermo: please translate the updated register.php in your en folder of your svn.
@ Ned: * See Bug 609271 - Kill "web page" version of Festival Schedule -- use wiki version instead * as per Mark's comment 6: "I'm now convinced that we should stick w/ wiki for the schedule" * Please re-direct big green "schedule" button link accordingly
the button is now pointing to the wiki. Toni and Guillermo; I updated the link in ES and CA as well and updated your svn with the new register.php bits. I am marking this as closed
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 8 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
Toni and Guillermo - I just checked in updated copy for the now hidden drumbeat.org/festival/schedule page. Please translate. It's no longer on the nav so its not the most important thing
Status: RESOLVED → REOPENED
Resolution: FIXED → ---
(In reply to comment #15) > Toni and Guillermo - I just checked in updated copy for the now hidden > drumbeat.org/festival/schedule page. > > Please translate. > > It's no longer on the nav so its not the most important thing Done for ca and es.
Thanks Toni! this is all done now; closing it
Status: REOPENED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 8 years ago → 8 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
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