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Posted by Sayak
July - 25 - 2012

Yesterday after a long head banging session with Ingo Malchow, we’re happy to release the first version of the Neverland UI for KDE Wikis (userbase.kde.orgtechbase.kde.org and community.kde.org). Being one of the most complex sites (both architecture and content wise), we realize that there are some loose ends that need to be tied up in the new interface, and we are working on them.

Neverland is a simple yet very powerful interface that is gradually becoming the face of all KDE websites. So far, off the top of my head, 10 KDE websites including the wikis are now serving a variant of the Neverland theme.

Ingo also updated UserBase to the latest MediaWiki release. So we now have a more solid website with our latest and greatest theme. More sites soon to join the Neverland family.

10 Responses to “KDE Wikis: More sites under the Neverland hood!”

  1. Konstantinos says:

    Couldn’t help dropping by to say that you are doing some awesome job there with Neverland. Keep up!

  2. David Edmundson says:

    I saw it this morning and was thoroughly impressed.

    It looks so much better, and it’s easier to read. Especially to tell the difference between the heading levels.

    Keep it up, it’s awesome.

  3. mohammad says:

    Congratulations !
    You guys have done really great job , keep the good work up.
    Greatings.

  4. hoko says:

    I love the spacing in the new WIKIs. The content is much more evenly positioned and it’s easier to read. Thanks.

  5. cochise says:

    Some time ago ivan cuvic created a theme for dot.news and community foruns with a great similarity of oxygen plasma theme, and this visual consistency was good.
    Nowdays, the plasma default theme is no more oxygen, but air and neverland is the default theme fo plasma active.
    There is any plans of a neverland theme for plsma desktop?

    • Ingo Malchow says:

      Actually the forum design was done by me, but indeed, heavily based on oxygen.
      The idea of neverland was to decouple from the plasma desktop (as it is -we all know it- changing from time to time), while on the other hand still carrying the idea of KDE, being open and fresh.

      Regarding a neverland plasma theme, no plans yet, i would even wonder how it could look like. neverland fits good into content rich environments, but for a desktop?
      But this should be left to the theme developers, if anyone wants to step up, we can probably answer any upcoming question.

  6. Lydia says:

    Wohoooooo! Pretty! Nice job.

  7. Jure Repinc says:

    I love the new look. Nice and clean. Awesome wotk!

  8. It looks really nice. Will the theme be available in https://projects.kde.org/projects/websites/neverland/repository or somewhere else?

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