[wp-meta] [Making WordPress.org] #421: Minor design changes for profiles

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#421: Minor design changes for profiles
  Reporter:  Cr3ativ      |      Owner:  iandunn
      Type:  enhancement  |     Status:  assigned
  Priority:  normal       |  Component:  Profiles
Resolution:               |   Keywords:

Comment (by iandunn):

 Replying to [comment:13 Cr3ativ]:
 > I'm confused over the image hover, when it first went live and I clicked
 Otto's image it opened the image at full size, it didn't just link - hence
 my alternative offered which obviously now doesn't make sense. Was that an
 issue I saw or has it since been altered after the ticket was opened
 perhaps? Anyways, I couldn't agree more, right now if you click it's a
 loop. Pointless and should be removed.

 Yeah, not sure what happened there either. I reviewed the changeset and I
 don't see any difference in the link between the current version and what
 it was previously.

 > Again, please don't take anything I have said in the wrong way. I'm not
 new to WordPress but have been shy to dip my toe in to the community and
 development aspect simply because it's too confusing and spread out. Maybe
 this is something that could be taken in to consideration by whoever when
 it comes to reviewing site flow, community participation as I'm sure it
 could be far easier, centralized and more welcoming.

 Thanks for sharing your experience; it's always helpful to hear feedback
 from people who are making their first inroads into the community. A
 couple things that I want to try to help new contributors are:

 * Make a Vagrant config for WordCamp.org that people can check out, so
 that they can easily have a development environment that's automatically
 configured for contributing to WordCamp.org. If this proves useful, we
 could expand it to include Profiles, make.wordpress.org, etc.
 * Start doing contributor days through my local meetup in Seattle to
 introduce people to the Meta team and help them contribute their first
 patch. Otto did this at WCSF last year and it was very helpful for me
 personally. Obviously this only helps devs in Seattle, but hopefully
 others can do the same thing in their city.

 Feel free to ping me in [http://codex.wordpress.org/IRC #wordpress-meta]
 any time if you have any questions or need help with anything.

Ticket URL: <https://meta.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/421#comment:14>
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