reto wrote:The YAML License (CC-A 2.0) is not compliant with the GPL and therefore we can only provide "yet another template for LT based on YAML" but not use it as the default (technically) template.
Mmm, I just read the other thread about the template. (http://forums.lifetype.net/viewtopic.php?p=37246#37246
The idea i got is, that my YAML template does not need to use YAML to perform. YAML is only used for shipping-around the CSS bugs introduced in the particular browsers. So maybe there is another solution, or some CSS-xpert here can help out us with a free YAML?
Beside from the CSS,
I think, modularizing the layouting process like I did (the different renderes) would (as example) make it more easier to automatically include code needed by the individual plugins. The plugins then could simply provide the snippets needed as a "renderer".
Also, I could think about a plugin, which could assist the user to assemble their own templates. Like choosing what content (renderer) should be go to what div on the screen, and in which order they should appear. (Unfortuanlty, I am strong in C(++), not in PHP.)
Because of the licensing, should we maybe ask the author of YAML. Maybe he will relicense (the old version) of YAML for lifetype?