Hi DeViLbOi, I've been confused a couple hours ago when uploading a theme:
After the uploading done, I had been redirected to the theme section; and my theme wasn't there...
I think it's not a good idea to redirect people to the themes section, but it could be better to have a message like "Upload succesfull. Will be accessible soon..."
the current version of the themes section was put together just so we had one. as soon as we have a binary/module/source/whatever page and we get a docs page...we will send someone off to re-work themes.
When I was handed the task of LSnet I told myself I would not fall down the same hole jalist did. jalist had a team but did 100% of the work and got burnt. So the first decision I made was to touch as little of the code as possible and get a team of developers to work on it. A request was put out for any and all PHP devs that had tons of time to sign-up. A lot of the people that responded wanted to help but didn't know PHP. I finally decided on 9 people to work on LSnet and divided the site into sections knowing that this tabbed layout was what I wanted.
By the time we had our first meeting on irc about the site I was down to 5 devs. Now due to real-life situations I am down to 1.5 devs. CraHan did a killer job on the site design and I can never thank him enough, but he is trying to get married and find a house and Tres`ni who put in tons and tons of hours on the project has skewl and work to deal with. Tux is doing a great job on the site but he is basically alone now and I am beating him up with new sections and bug fixes and fiveiron has only been working on the site for a week.
Now...with all that explained...tux is working on getting us a modules and distro section. I don't want to build something like everyone else has so it is taking some time. fiveiron is working on a big project for LS and LSnet with the docs section. Hopefully once he finishes up he can pick up the site code and start to help dig tux out of his avalanche.
If anyone wants to help out and knows PHP, XML and a client side language I do have some projects left I would like done. Please e-mail me and help me lift some boulders off of tux.
Hopefully you can understand now...