Their is a lot of other "twitter bootstrap" theme out their. I think it would be nice to see if we can integrate the best of each.

Some coder will perhaps like to join this project.

Other projects
https://github.com/mpezzi/bootstrap
https://github.com/zachseifts/drupal_bootstrap
https://github.com/Lullabot/lullabot_bootstrap (fork of this one)
https://github.com/scimusmn/drupal_twitter_bootstrap
https://github.com/bastnic/mothership_twitter_bootstrap

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Priority:Normal» Major

Ok maybe we should hold a irc meeting over this

Good idea

Mmmh I think is better than a maintainer just look at the good part and merge them in this theme. I'm planning to do that. A good starting point will be to just fetch and merge the lullaboot one.

I was thinking to first release an alpha-1 as it is... so peoples can easily get a "stable" version and after really not be afraid to break the dev.

Also take a look on my fork of this theme with panels_everywhere support:
https://github.com/DrupalSib/twitter_bootstrap_panels_everywhere
#1696812: Panels everywhere support

here is another github project utilizing BS https://github.com/patrickocoffeyo/BaseBuildingBlocks

I've been looking through the links provided above.

I'll see if I can identify a list of specific changes to port over.

Some more:
BH theme & module
Omega Bootstrap
Radix
Bootstrap Open Framework
Funopoly. Bootstrap theme for Panopoly distribution

I started the first version of lullabot_bootstrap when I kept finding issues on this theme.

I agree with gagarine, a maintainer needs to put the good stuff together and push the initial commit. Then we can all help in the issue queue. gagarine, if you are up for it. I would be interested in co-maintaining it with you.

Project:Twitter's Bootstrap» Bootstrap Framework

Project:Bootstrap Framework» Twitter's Bootstrap

Project:Twitter's Bootstrap» Bootstrap

One more to review: http://basethe.me/

Tweme has just been promoted to full project... One more for the road ;-)

Count me on that list of potential co-maintainers as well.

Is version 3.x available for the task of merging the different themes?

Thank you,
-dellintosh

Status:Active» Needs review

Since we are using this in one of our upcoming sites, I went ahead and started the combining process and put it up in a sandbox location: http://drupal.org/sandbox/dellintosh/1896930

If you clone that and rename the folder to 'bootstrap' (from 'bootstrap___combined'), things should work nicely.

So far, I've merged in the Tweme, BH_bootstrap themes, and working on BaseBuildingBlocks next.

Again, thank you to all devs on the various projects for starting these, and I'm looking forward to all of us working together to improve Drupal's support of the Twitter Bootstrap theme.

Thank you,
-dellintosh

There is also the Radix theme

Also. Would like to see the bootstrap sass and bootswatch css/sass included...

Do you need any maintainers or developers on this project? I'd be glad to contribute if anything is needed.

Any news???
Any irc channel or different way to help???

The best way to contribute is to provide small patches which merges different features from the other bootstrap theme into this one. ;)

Version:7.x-2.x-dev» 7.x-3.x-dev

Shouldn't this better be moved to 7.3 branch?

wundo,

I agree... the combining of these different themes is so varied that it was much simpler to start from a clean slate and pull in the best of all the implementations.

Have you taken a look at the sandbox yet? If not I'd encourage you to check it out to see what I mean - that things are quite different and thereby makes doing small diffs nearly impossible.

If you'd like me to commit what's in there to a different branch on this project, I believe we can all work together to extend it further.

Thank you,
-dellintosh

Title:Try to merge other twitter_bootstrap themesMerge in other d.o Bootstrap projects
Version:7.x-3.x-dev» 7.x-2.x-dev
Priority:Major» Normal
Status:Needs review» Needs work
Issue tags:+Needs issue summary update

Updating the status of this issue per the re-purposing of #1840980-4: [meta] Bootstrap 3.0. The 3.x branch should be reserved for Bootstrap 3.0.

@dellintosh: You should probably re-base/merge your sandbox since there have been a lot of fixes/commits since your sandbox was initially created. After you have done that and resolved any outstanding merging issues, please submit patches for the work you've already done. It will be a lot easier to manage and merge in these other projects if we actually just go ahead and use this issue queue.

I agree with wundo in #19. This issue should remain open so it can be the main issue for tracking of all the different d.o/external drupal bootstrap themes (please update the issue summary). Meta issues should also be created for each merging project to keep track of the various different features (if needed). Patches should be created so they can be merged in properly with active development.

Is it possible to merge these two: http://tonystar.ru/projects/tweme#jump-similar
I must say thats its easier to install the Tweme theme, currently trying to do subtheming and it looks promising as well. Would love to see you two merge on a Drupalish way :-p

I already opened an issue with that project: #1999782: Merge with the offical Bootstrap project on d.o

Unfortunately, he doesn't seem to keen on being a team player and wants to keep that project all to himself. FWIW, half of his "comparisons" he makes between these two projects are completely false and outdated.

This theme provides a relatively easy sub-theming process, depending on various needs. There is extensive documentation on how to sub-theme with either method.

I'm half tempted to just merge in his theme manually here, I just don't have that much time to sift through someone elses code right now.

Thnx for replying. Will look into it as I am really like Bootstrap and the simplicity and speed.

Not that it´s the topic of discussion but I have to agree with #24. Tweme and Bootstrap is comparing apples and oranges.

This theme is intended for LESS overriding and BS customization (subtheming), which Tweme is not. But I guess I´m preaching to the choir :-)