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From Stas Bekman <>
Subject Re: /
Date Fri, 19 Oct 2001 04:13:43 GMT
Nathan Torkington wrote:

> Ken Williams writes:
>>Not that I dislike them - the current colors let me look at the page
>>for a few seconds, then shut off the monitor and read the text while
>>staring at a blank white sheet of paper.

man, that was so strong, I thought I've hit some wrong link :)

> I'm impressed that you suffered such intense retinal distress and
> never made the logical deduction that I'm colour-blind.  (I am :-)
> In many ways the colours are the last-important part, but I like the
> idea of having something bright to catch attention.

if you can define them in one place, like CSS, that's true, otherwise 
it's pain to maintain.

Though I prefer mild colours, not shouting ones. I use the site all the 
time, and I don't need to be shouted at. May be we want a splash page 
just for some entrance page, which those who use the site daily don't 
have to see. I like the colours at and even more the ones 
used by

>>In any case, I like the organizational scheme you've got.  Having 
>>everything on a single page was a pain in the butt.
> Glad to hear it.  If nobody objects to the structure, we could put it
> into CVS and open it up for others to work on.  If I'm the only one
> working on it, it'll take far too long.  Does this sound the right
> time for CVS?

cvs where? it has to stay at I believe.

Also what components framework have you used, is it Mason? Is it a 
static page or dynamic?

Otherwise it's good to have someone to push for a change, I think I'll 
help with the content once we figure out the skeleton.

But it'd be nice to give some good web-designer do some brushing, no 
offense Nat :) We can show it on the modperl list and ask for a better 
look and feel from those who know how.

Stas Bekman             JAm_pH      --   Just Another mod_perl Hacker      mod_perl Guide

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