https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/styleguide/websites/sandstone/ On the sandstone section of Mozilla's Style Guide there should be a download archive of all Sandstone resources (fonts, css, etc.) making it easy for a web developer or a potential contributor to get started. Currently I think the only way for someone to use sandstone is to try to "extract" it from the bedrock project on Github.
Hi Craig- Is this related to the work you are doing? Thx, Jen
Priority: -- → P4
(In reply to jbertsch from comment #1) > Is this related to the work you are doing? Sort of. We've been intending for ages to build a sandstone bootstrap-style library that anyone can download to apply the style to a website (or rather, use it to easily build a website in the sandstone style). Schalk made good headway on that front (https://github.com/ossreleasefeed/Sandstone), but his has some prerequisites that I'd like to make optional. I started down that path recently, and would like to eventually merge my evolving freestanding sandstone library with what Schalk has built and make a truly plug-and-play template library, but we're not there yet. Until then, alas, the only way to build your own sandstone-based site is to reverse engineer one of the sites already using it.
Since #842582 marked as duplicate of this bug, keep in mind that besides the actual files of the sandstone grid, there is also the need for providing the graphics in an open format (currently only in .psd). I opened a different bug because I consider this to be a different issue.
Status: UNCONFIRMED → NEW
Ever confirmed: true
Do we have any development on this? Our official style guide still misses a download link with all the resources.
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