I tried modifying the default theme to use Twitter Bootstrap, I had to
change most of the html classes and convert a 16 grid system to a 12 grid
system, at the end I surrendered because after all Skeleton provides almost
the same. I will be glad to help and contribute.
On Friday, March 29, 2013 7:19:02 AM UTC+1, jdutil wrote:

I enjoy working with Twitter Bootstrap, but it currently has some styling
conflicts with the default frontend's markup/styles. With the refactoring
for Spree 2.0 splitting the frontend into it's own gem it's going to make
swapping frontend themes out much simpler. I'm considering working up a
rewrite of the frontend gem utilizing twitter bootstrap, and am wondering
how much interest there is among other developers who would like to use it
and help contribute to it.
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  • Alexander Negoda at Mar 29, 2013 at 10:34 am
    You can use this: https://github.com/shoponrails - at the end of next week
    I plan to make a release and announcement in this group for it
    and this: https://github.com/shoponrails/spreefinery_default_theme - it
    uses Twitter Bootstrap :)
    Demo: http://shoponrails.org/products

    https://gist.github.com/greendog/4985240


    2013/3/29 jdutil <jdutil21@gmail.com>
    I enjoy working with Twitter Bootstrap, but it currently has some styling
    conflicts with the default frontend's markup/styles. With the refactoring
    for Spree 2.0 splitting the frontend into it's own gem it's going to make
    swapping frontend themes out much simpler. I'm considering working up a
    rewrite of the frontend gem utilizing twitter bootstrap, and am wondering
    how much interest there is among other developers who would like to use it
    and help contribute to it.

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  • Peter Berkenbosch at Mar 29, 2013 at 10:38 am
    Nice work!!
    On Mar 29, 2013, at 11:34 AM, Alexander Negoda wrote:

    You can use this: https://github.com/shoponrails - at the end of next week I plan to make a release and announcement in this group for it
    and this: https://github.com/shoponrails/spreefinery_default_theme - it uses Twitter Bootstrap :)
    Demo: http://shoponrails.org/products

    https://gist.github.com/greendog/4985240


    2013/3/29 jdutil <jdutil21@gmail.com>
    I enjoy working with Twitter Bootstrap, but it currently has some styling conflicts with the default frontend's markup/styles. With the refactoring for Spree 2.0 splitting the frontend into it's own gem it's going to make swapping frontend themes out much simpler. I'm considering working up a rewrite of the frontend gem utilizing twitter bootstrap, and am wondering how much interest there is among other developers who would like to use it and help contribute to it.

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  • Alexander Negoda at Mar 29, 2013 at 10:50 am
    Nice work!!
    Thanks :)

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  • Steve tan at Mar 30, 2013 at 9:08 am
    Great job! :)
    On Friday, 29 March 2013 18:34:30 UTC+8, Alexander wrote:

    You can use this: https://github.com/shoponrails - at the end of next
    week I plan to make a release and announcement in this group for it
    and this: https://github.com/shoponrails/spreefinery_default_theme - it
    uses Twitter Bootstrap :)
    Demo: http://shoponrails.org/products

    https://gist.github.com/greendog/4985240


    2013/3/29 jdutil <jdut...@gmail.com <javascript:>>
    I enjoy working with Twitter Bootstrap, but it currently has some styling
    conflicts with the default frontend's markup/styles. With the refactoring
    for Spree 2.0 splitting the frontend into it's own gem it's going to make
    swapping frontend themes out much simpler. I'm considering working up a
    rewrite of the frontend gem utilizing twitter bootstrap, and am wondering
    how much interest there is among other developers who would like to use it
    and help contribute to it.

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