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From brian moseley ...@maz.org>
Subject Re: DSO mod_perl.so module?
Date Sun, 30 Jan 2000 22:23:09 GMT

a lot more work needs to be done on the site than just
making the font size larger on the mailing list
paragraph. we could benefit from having a professional
information architect give it a once over.

to that end, i've enlisted doug's and my friend jim home
(http://superdeluxe.com, http://vagabondage.com) to take a
look at the site. i would expect in a few days that he'll
let me know whether he has time and interest to actually
undertake a reorganizational project. if so, we have great
things to look forward to.

On Sun, 30 Jan 2000, Stas Bekman wrote:

> [CC'ed to the modperl-site list]
> 
> > > You are welcome to download the index.html, apply the changes you find
> > > needed and I'll put the updated version back online. Your little
> > > contribution might help a lot in a long run. Thank you!
> > 
> > Sorry, I posted a corrected copy to
> > 
> > http://web.fccj.org/~wcjones/Apache/
> 
> To Bill:
> 
> Just let me understand what you did before I do a diff, you've used CSS
> and made the mailing list info in a bigger font. Am I right? 
> 
> Now when I think again about it. Changing just one page would make pages
> look different... since only index.html uses CSS.
> 
> Thank you, Bill
> 
> ===============
> 
> To the list:
> 
> Folks, what do you think? May be we should move the mailing list info up
> on the page? Bill suggested to make it more outstanding as people don't
> know that the list exists at all... 
> 
> Anyway, take a look at:
> http://web.fccj.org/~wcjones/Apache/
> 
> Shell I commit this?
> 
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