[PD] Pd tutorials!

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at eds.org
Mon Nov 7 22:13:13 CET 2005

On Nov 6, 2005, at 2:28 PM, dafydd hughes wrote:

> Hi Hans
> Thanks for the input.  I've looked at the standard_gui_elements patch  
> and I'll try and conform my tuts to match (incorporation your window  
> size suggestions), and suggest any additions that might be necessary  
> to the style sheet.  The basic idea was an attempt to have a  
> standardized layout similar to what I saw in Ben's tutorials.   
> (Although not as beautifully implemented...yet)

Well, I wouldn't conform to it just yet, its really in a raw state.   
More I was looking for feedback and contributions.  I would like to  
have it fully flushed out before anyone uses it.

> On 6-Nov-05, at 2:05 PM, Hans-Christoph Steiner wrote:
>> - I think the guts should always be hidden in a subpatch.  Only the  
>> essential elements to illustrate the principal should be on screen.   
>> That way it makes the overall page look much less intimidating.  The  
>> idea is to have each patch as simple as possible so that its very  
>> approachable.  Then, if people are curious, they can open the guts.
> Wow.  Yeah - I totally agree, after working through these with a  
> class.  You either want people concentrating on the information or the  
> implementation, but not both at once.  That was a disaster!
>> I posted some content to the wiki that Ben started a while back:
>> http://puredata.org/docs/workshops
>> I think this should be the center of this discussion so we all can  
>> keep track of things.
> Being new to the wiki thing, do we continue discussion somehow through  
> the wiki, or on this list?

What seems to work well is to discuss things on the list, then add them  
to the wiki as things get worked out.



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