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The design is similar, but there are problems present in the one at
http://www.siphos.be/~svermeulen/gentoo/index.html that was never present in
the one located at http://www.aaronshi.com/gentoo/ I have no idea how that
could occur other than if the html and css files/versions got mixed up
somehow. I will mail you the right files in a bit as soon I get started on
the new reference designs on the roadmap. Now that we have a roadmap, I'll
get started on those pages right away.
Can anyone with Safari or other exotic browsers hit print preview on
http://www.aaronshi.com/gentoo/generic.html and tell me if it looks the same
as in Firefox (which I'll be using as the reference browser)? Printing uses
the print css which we could also use as a basis for the printable reference
page. What do everyone think about color in print pages? I.e. should I
leave the colors in print pages or make it all black and white (what you see
in the print preview right now is essentially black and white)?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Sven Vermeulen [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Monday, March 07, 2005 11:42 AM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [www-redesign] Current status
> Okay, it's quite difficult to keep this one alive, but I'll
> try anyhow :)
> Aaron, you told me that the design put online at
> http://www.siphos.be/~svermeulen/gentoo/index.html was quite
> different from what you had in design. Is this still the
> case? If so, I'll need the "better" design to be put in CVS.
> We hardly have anything except this front-page design and
> that's not much, although many can be distilled from it.
> As you might notice at
> we (I) still need some designs for other reference pages.
> Really, this is designing. I'm not good at it. I'd be *very*
> grateful if people take a stab at it.
> My proposal for the structure used by the Gentoo website is
> online at
> comments are appreciated. You might want to take a look at
> other distributions and community-driven projects to get an
> idea on how you'd like the website to evolve.
> We might also want to start looking at our XML DTDs, see if
> we can improve the current XML formats, explain why certain
> tags are obsoleted and what tags aren't, etc. This is the
> first step to the XSLT.
> But mainly, we need those reference pages. Anyone with some
> knowledge of layouting pages - go for it!
> Sven Vermeulen
> Documentation & PR project leader
> The Gentoo Project <<< http://www.gentoo.org >>>
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