On 08/30/2016 05:12 PM, Samuel Henrique De Oliveira Guimaraes wrote:

Hi team,

I was about to integrate Ginger sidebar mockup that Iíve sent but it occurred to me that is still impossible to work with this sidebar without performing some changes in Wok JS due to user access roles, unless all tabs in administration are under the same rule. Right now the tab-ext.xml lists all tabs with the same roles:

<access role="admin" mode="admin" />

<access role="user" mode="none" />

Should I keep this role to just the ďAdministrationĒ tab and check other pages by the capabilities?


I'd say to keep the configuration only for Administration tab and we can discuss more about Ginger authorization later.

As per configuration:


<access role="admin" mode="admin" />

<access role="user" mode="none" />


The Administration tab should not be loaded for a normal user. It will be visible and accessible only for admin.

Is that the right approach? Maybe not. As Chandra said in the other email, maybe it is better to let a normal user has a read-only for some features.
But I don't think we should change that right now.

Changing the layout first is better and then we start a new discussion related to authorization levels on Ginger community.

Regards,

Samuel

From: Aline Manera [mailto:alinefm@linux.vnet.ibm.com]
Sent: quinta-feira, 21 de julho de 2016 14:24
To: Samuel Henrique De Oliveira Guimaraes <samuel.guimaraes@eldorado.org.br>; Daniel Henrique Barboza <dhbarboza82@gmail.com>; kimchi-devel@ovirt.org
Subject: Re: [Kimchi-devel] [RFC] Wok / Ginger sidebar

On 07/21/2016 01:15 PM, Samuel Henrique De Oliveira Guimaraes wrote:

Iím not saying we will remove the tab-ext.xml, what I meant is that:

1-††††† Move the tabs for network, storage and system services (and firmware and other panels as well) as nested tags inside the administration tab in the tab-ext.xml and use ginger.capabilities object to hide them once the user lands on the administration tab.


OR


2-††††† Keep only administration tab in tab-ext.xml and insert all available sidebar options as static HTML elements but still use ginger.capabilities to hide unavailable options.

Options 1 requires minor changes in wok.main.js inside the navbar functions. Option 2 would require same amount of work on Wok but would keep functions exclusive to Ginger.


I see Option 1 requiring changes on Wok. Option 2 seems simpler to be implemented as it only involves changes on Ginger.


Samuel

From: Aline Manera [mailto:alinefm@linux.vnet.ibm.com]
Sent: quarta-feira, 20 de julho de 2016 11:34
To: Samuel Henrique De Oliveira Guimaraes <samuel.guimaraes@eldorado.org.br>; Daniel Henrique Barboza <dhbarboza82@gmail.com>; kimchi-devel@ovirt.org
Subject: Re: [Kimchi-devel] [RFC] Wok / Ginger sidebar


Hi Samuel,

There is no way to remove the tab-ext.xml file.
It is used by wok to load the plugins and changing/removing them will affect all plugins and we do not want that.

The tab-ext.xml file needs to be update to only contain one tab "Administration".
That tab will be related to one HTML file which will create the sidebar menu created according to Ginger needs.

On 07/13/2016 12:18 PM, Samuel Henrique De Oliveira Guimaraes wrote:

Sure. Iím considering that this will be a huge amount of work because weíll have to look up for the capabilities before rendering the main Ginger landing page OR we put the Ginger panels as static elements instead of using tab-ext.xml. Either way we would have to create a single .html.tmpl file for each panel and remove the accordions and maybe move or create new JS functions to initialize them.

Samuel

From: kimchi-devel-bounces@ovirt.org [mailto:kimchi-devel-bounces@ovirt.org] On Behalf Of Daniel Henrique Barboza
Sent: quarta-feira, 13 de julho de 2016 10:29
To: kimchi-devel@ovirt.org
Subject: Re: [Kimchi-devel] [RFC] Wok / Ginger sidebar

Looks good Samuel

Just a reminder: make sure to also consider that there are some features
that will not be available at a given time in the host but should be considered
in this design too. In your screenshot we're missing the Power
Management and the Firmware Update features, for example, probably
because you do not have tuned-adm and WoK isn't running in a Power
system.


Daniel



On 07/13/2016 10:13 AM, Aline Manera wrote:

Looks really good for me!

+1

On 07/12/2016 05:54 PM, Samuel Henrique De Oliveira Guimaraes wrote:

Created a new variation with a sticky fixed floating sidebar and single contente on the page. I also removed the accordion because if we are going to display only one item per page, we shouldnít have hidden elements on the page.

Samuel

From: Aline Manera [mailto:alinefm@linux.vnet.ibm.com]
Sent: terÁa-feira, 12 de julho de 2016 09:53
To: Samuel Henrique De Oliveira Guimaraes <samuel.guimaraes@eldorado.org.br>; kimchi-devel@ovirt.org
Subject: Re: [Kimchi-devel] [RFC] Wok / Ginger sidebar

Hi Samuel,

I'd say to keep the menu always visible in a left panel/menu and with a default first view when user enters on Administration tab.

Regards,
Aline Manera

On 07/11/2016 06:12 PM, Samuel Henrique De Oliveira Guimaraes wrote:

Hi team,

Based on the feedback Iíve created a new mockup putting all Ginger features in a floating vertical menu (Iíve only put some of them but youíll get the idea).

Samuel

From: kimchi-devel-bounces@ovirt.org [mailto:kimchi-devel-bounces@ovirt.org] On Behalf Of Chandra Shekhar Reddy Potula
Sent: quinta-feira, 7 de julho de 2016 09:50
To: kimchi-devel@ovirt.org
Subject: Re: [Kimchi-devel] [RFC] Wok / Ginger sidebar

Hi Samuel,

First of all thanks for your extensive investigation on various possibilities in front of us !!!

I personally liked the option https://www.sitepoint.com/ which would be ideal to have with possibly 3 level navigation.

Nevertheless, let us start with having side pane to provide immediate relief with the way proposed in the figures ginger_sidebar_1.png and ginger_storage_2.png and eventually make it more better if it is too complex doing all of it ones.

I agree with Daniel recommendation for the for ginger_sidebar*.png, ie. have one second level tab for now and all the functionalities go under the side pane which would be enabler in future some thing similar to your proposal of https://www.sitepoint.com/

Thanks and Regards
Chandra

On 7/5/16 12:32 AM, Samuel Henrique De Oliveira Guimaraes wrote:

Hi team,

We currently have an issue with Ginger/Gingerbase navigation bar in small screen resolutions and we also have huge tables in System Services page. Since working on the navigation bar involves editing Wok styles, Iím sending this e-mail to Wok mailing list instead of Ginger group.

I looked for successful combinations of sidebar + horizontal navigation bars and so far I couldnít find any example that would exactly fit with Wok and its plugins. The majority of examples Iím listing below are very good with traditional pages with deep subcategories and the navigation bars can work as sitemaps and replace breadcrumbs:

†††††††† http://www.worldwildlife.org/ - https://vimeo.com/166812605

†††††††† https://www.theguardian.com/us - https://vimeo.com/166812599

†††††††† https://next.ft.com/fastft - https://vimeo.com/166812597

Wok currently has two navigation levels. Kimchi doesnít have multiple sections but Ginger and Gingerbase uses collapsible panel groups to separate sections that could be third level elements on a sidebar. This was already discussed when we moved some features from Ginger to Gingerbase but I think we could achieve a functional sidebar with up to three levels without using a ďlanding pageĒ for second-level elements.

In the attached screenshots ginger_sidebar1 and ginger_sidebar2 are mockups for an off-canvas menu that would slide the main content and hide itself once an option is clicked. It would also hide the other panel accordions. Here are two off-canvas menu in action:

†††††††† http://codepen.io/SitePoint/full/uIemr/

†††††††† https://codepen.io/benske/full/cxrta/

Since this would require a change in Wok tabs and ginger/gingerbase tab-ext.xml, I think we could implement something entirely different that would with Wok and all plugins. This site menu only have first-level options on the sidebar but I think we could add collapsible links like a tree-table menu: https://www.sitepoint.com/

In addition to the sidebar, we could put a search/filter input on the top that would allow the user to type the desired option and show its position on the menu. Please take a look at the remaining attached screenshots. I did one variation with the content aligned to the center and another one aligned to the left.

Regards,

Samuel








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