[wp-hackers] A portfolio/cv theme framework.
xitongzou at gmail.com
Mon Mar 30 23:47:37 GMT 2009
Can you elaborate more with this media framework? My portfolio is currently
done using WP, http://www.blue-kaos.com, and whatever media I need is
already provided by youtube integration, image insertions, etc. Are you
talking about a simpler framework that can combine these all for easier
handling and optimized specifically towards CVs?
On Mon, Mar 30, 2009 at 7:19 PM, Simon Vansintjan <svansintjan at gmail.com>wrote:
> Hey everyone,
> I've just finished the workload that came with my classes for the semester,
> and decided it was time I had a look at my options for the GSoC. I was
> really happy when I saw Wordpress was on the organization list because I've
> started getting really involved with the CMS.
> I thought that the theme framework idea was something that I could build
> Wordpress is generally recognized as a *great* blogging tool, but little
> people realize it's power past this. The fact that it has been adapted to
> other purposes hints that the will is there to adapt it to other types of
> web publishing.
> Something else that is on the rise is a person's need to have a presence on
> the web. More and more people are putting personal information on the web,
> using their own websites as personal CVs or portfolios. I thought it might
> be great if people could use wordpress' simple user interface to maintain
> online portfolio or resume. I think having a framework that is solid and
> focuses on media manipulation (for images, videos, animations, etc), and
> giving the design and feel personally to the user, while not troubling with
> issues of displaying their work or experience, would be a great addition to
> the collection of frameworks already out there.
> This would also involve looking into the way media files are currently
> handled, and ensuring it integrates nicely with the current system and
> future additions.
> Anyone have any thoughts on this?
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