Subject: Re: The NetBSD Homepage
To: Zafer Aydogan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Paul Newhouse <email@example.com>
Date: 06/14/2005 08:20:48
> Hello List,
> I don't know what happened to the NetBSD Homepage (www.netbsd.org), but
> the Website currently looks ugly, when using the Internet Explorer as
> Browser. The Letters are somekind bold and hard to read.
> This wasn't like this before.
> Without starting an argument, about which Browser to use or not (this is
> IMHO personal), I think the Website SHOULD look fine readable, whatever
> Browser you choose.
> At this point, maybe I can encourage to redesign the www.netbsd.org
> Website. I think, we should have a more fresh design. By fresh I mean,
> modern, new fashioned with corporate Design. To give examples, maybe
> like www.suse.com or www.redhat.com
> Best Regards,
> Zafer Aydogan.
I just displayed the page with Mozilla, on Solaris2.9, and IE, on Windows
ME2k Pro, and they both look the same to me ... wait, the dates under
"Recent News" look to be a slightly smaller font on Windows? Hmm, could
be pixilization differences between the 18" flatscreen and the 21" tube??
I don't have a NetBSD box available at this location but, it looks like
what I remember from the last time I used Mozilla, on NetBSD.