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One of the things that people have said we ought to have is a mobile version of the site. I agree. :-) So to get development started, I have set up a small framework for the developers to work on. There are three infrastructure nodes which any pmdev members can submit patches to:

As I post this, all three are empty except for some comments to show what kind of code they could contain.

To access the "mobile" version of the site, insert the /mobile/ path component in the URL, for example:

[href://mobile/?node=SOPW] => mobile/?node=SOPW
Hopefully someday we can make the necessary DNS changes to allow the mobile site to be accessed at

We need people who are good with CSS and Javascript. :-)

If you'd like to help, and are not yet a member of pmdev, you may message the gods to ask to be added.


In order to support expedited development of the CSS and JS bits, I have set up a wonki, mobile css and javascript, which contains the CSS and JS used by the mobile site. This is temporary; when the CSS and JS have stabilized, I'll move their respective code into the fullpages linked above. If you would like to try hacking on the CSS and/or JS, let me know and I'll add you to the wonki. But I want to keep the number of writers small, to minimize collisions. Wonkis work like wikis. :-)

I reckon we are the only monastery ever to have a dungeon stuffed with 16,000 zombies.

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