On Thu, 2007-04-26 at 05:08 +0530, Rahul Sundaram wrote:
This is something I already requested in the wiki upgrade before.
is already a patch from Patrick Barnes floating around. We need to make
sure we get this patch committed upstream though. Other than that I am
all for it.
A CSS patch upstream? Oh, it's the kindofblue.py. Since that is
presentation layer stuff, even if it is Python and not CSS, is that
something that upstream wants? Is there a way we can carry Python
patches the way we carry CSS patches?
For CSS, it is nice that you can define a style as the main style that
overrides other settings, so it is very different from a traditional
patch. Yet, changes in the upstream CSS can require changes in our
custom CSS ... and thus isn't far off from the situation with
I think we need to implement the fix and document it, just as we do CSS,
server configurations, etc. Call it a customization in the form of a
Python patch. :)
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