Bogart Gains Some Ground, and a Point
I’m pleased (and somewhat puzzled) to share that my Bogart theme has done far better than I ever expected it would. To me, it’s just one of those “kind of there” themes compared to some of the awesome designs that have shown up on the WordPress scene as of late.
Even still, it’s managed to find its way onto a few favorites lists recently — which is kind of neat. To those who’ve included me on your lists; I’m honored & humbled to be included among so many other talented theme authors. Thanks for the props.
Naturally, due to this notoriety, I’ve been motivated to fix some of the niggling little inconsistencies that bugged me — most of those being with the sidebar widgets. I think I’ve managed to get most of the little quirks ironed out, and it looks much nicer when using widgets than it did. I’ve decided to officially release my latest changes as version 0.6, which can be downloaded from the Bogart page. Go grab it now if you use it.
I’ve also set up a SVN repository on Google Code to manage the project. The latest trunk can be anonymously checked out at this link. You’ll always be able to get the latest changes (be they good or bad) there.
And finally, to top it off, I plan to set up a separate sub-domain (bogart.jimmitchell.org) in order to let the public get a feel for the theme in action.
That’ll be sometime next week — maybe. We’ll see what my schedule turns into over the next few days. Um, make that today, because I’m just funny that way. If I don’t get it off my mind, it’ll drive me nuts until I do.