[theme-reviewers] XML theme
baptiste33 at gmail.com
Thu Mar 15 10:08:21 UTC 2012
The aim of 'ManiaPress' (name of the theme/plugins) is to allow users to
publish content in game without any knowledge of the 'manialink syntax'
(which is a set of XML tags completely created for the game, with no other
For example, the Nadeo's official blog ( http://blog.maniaplanet.com/ ) is
using it to share news in game ( http://blog.maniaplanet.com/?maniapress=1
We wanted to publish it on Wordpress theme repository in order to allow
player to *create a blog on wordpress.com and to display it in game*. The
objective is to allow user to publish in game easily.
By the way, this theme requires a plugin because it has to be enabled only
for one UserAgent. Without this automatic switch, web user would have the
I don't know if it's possible to bundle the theme switcher within the theme.
Thanks for your answer
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2012/3/14 Chip Bennett <chip at chipbennett.net>
> Can you describe the intended use of the Theme/Plugin? It may very well be
> that such a Theme is a candidate for a "special case" guidelines exemption.
> It is always interesting to see the creative things that people develop
> for WordPress; it's not mature yet, but we DO have a system in place to
> facilitate getting such "special case" Themes into the repository.
> On Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 4:31 AM, Baptiste Lafontaine <baptiste33 at gmail.com
> > wrote:
>> The game TrackMania² Canyon is using an XML syntax for the in game
>> A theme (with a plugin) has been created in order to generate XML from
>> You can see a typical output here : http://magnetik.org/?maniapress=1
>> And a screenshot of what it looks like in game :
>> By the way, this theme does not strictly follow Wordpress guidelines, and
>> it's under heavy development.
>> Is there any chance that this theme would be included into the Wordpress
>> theme directory ?
>> Baptiste Lafontaine
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