[wp-hackers] Plugin Challenge: Post from an iPhone
wordpress at tekartist.org
Thu Sep 13 01:23:22 GMT 2007
320 x 480 (portrait) 480 x 320 (landscape), but I'd like to know how
much usable space since I'd personally be coding "blindly" (ie: no
real mean to preview, which is the conundrum in my case).
re: other platforms:
I'd suggest tackling one thing at a time.
Keeping the portability factor in mind for the architecture, but
focusing on the existing challenge for v1, which is a nice iPhone/Pod
interface while trying hard to lock ourselves in. This is mainly to
keep with the release early, release often motto. If we get something
targeted out, we can then gather more feedback and crank the features
out right after.
On this, I'm off to do some research.
Stephane Daury - http://tekartist.org/
On Sep 12, 2007, at 20:56, Viper007Bond wrote:
> Since I have no iPhone or any phone for that matter, what
> resolution do
> these things run at?
> On 9/12/07, Doug Stewart <zamoose at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 9/12/07, Stephane Daury <wordpress at tekartist.org> wrote:
>>> [sorry for the staggered messaging, posting in between the countless
>>> "daddy" requests from the kids :)]
>>> Furthermore, does anyone disagree with the modular development I
>>> IE: start with the most desirable features, then expeand it over
>>> And the next logical question: what are these most desirable
>>> I'd venture:
>>> - mini dashboard
>>> - post listing
>>> - post add/edit
>>> - recent comments listing
>>> - comment moderation/edit
>>> Does anyone sees page add/edit/list as a must have in "v1"?
>>> Do we think we need to have all of the post add/edit options, or can
>>> we omit some (at least at the beginning), such as the file upload
>>> (unlikely from a mobile platform) and custom fields. I see the file
>>> upload as a candidate for v1, but only if someone can advise of how
>>> realistic/complicated/desirable it is to upload picts taken from the
>>> iPhone built-in cam. Does the email blogging support this (haven;t
>>> tried that feature yet)?
>> I would eliminate the feeds from the dashboard and give only admin
>> stuff - recent comments, moderation queue, etc., then links to Write
>> Post, Write Page
>> I wouldn't waste real estate on a full menu bar -- plugins, themes,
>> options, blogroll seem unnecessary.
>> If we could get an upload screen that was compatible with the
>> camera, that'd be pretty slick...
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