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Steve, it's not that simple. I don't *want* to start a new group, but
Olav is the only one with admin rights on this one, and without him
managing it, there's no way to fix things, or even delete the
occasional spam. No one else can create admins. So the only option is
to create a new group, fork Blueprint development, and pick up where
Olav left off. Unless you know Olav's password. If you do, e-mail it
Has anybody of you already contacted Olav about this? From what I can
see, he hasn't at least dropped of the net completely, since he's been
active on twitter a month ago -- if https://twitter.com/vandelay is
really his account there.
Yeah, I've contacted him, just waiting on a response. A month is a
long time on the Internet, though :[
Spam x3 makes me mad as hell.
Does anyone know who owns this?
That just means it was secured by a Dreamhost customer under a private
registration. So whois is useless, and if no one on this list has it
then it might be a squatter. Or maybe Olav :[
Rajeev J Sebastian
Well, I e-mailed him yesterday, so if he doesn't respond by the
weekend, I'll be "forking" by Monday or Tuesday :)
On Thu, Aug 7, 2008 at 10:26 PM, Chris Eppstein <chrise...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Couldn't agree more.
> With respect to future direction, I'd like to take this opportunity to
> plug my project "Blueprint-Sass" which is a port of the blueprint
> framework to leverage the power of the CSS Meta-Langage called Sass.
> I see a possibility of using sass files as blueprint's foundation and
> then generating the css files for use without sass just as ruby now is
> used to perform this step.
> However, if developers instead choose to use the sass file's directly
> in their ruby project (or any other language to which the sass parser
> is ported eventually), then they will have all the power of blueprint
> without the need to violate the semantic markup content/presentation
I think thats a great idea. I would also add that, the BP project
should generate .css files for some common grid size(s) so that people
dont have to use the sass source.
Rajeev J Sebastian