Subject: Re: The NetBSD Homepage
To: Jaka Jejcic <email@example.com>
From: Stefan Schumacher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 06/20/2005 18:02:39
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Also sprach Jaka Jejcic (email@example.com)
> On Mon, Jun 20, 2005 at 09:22:00AM +0200, Amadeus Stevenson wrote:
> > On 6/20/05, Stefan Schumacher <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > >=20
> > > http://188.8.131.52/~stefan/ofont.htm
> > > http://184.108.40.206/~stefan/orange.htm
> > > http://220.127.116.11/~stefan/g-o.htm
> > I can only read the first one properly on an lcd here.
> I agree. Only the first one is readable. But strictly aesteticly speaking
> it would be better not to just copy orange from the logo but use some
> other, perhaps complementary colors. Hence the logo would stand out and
> the text would be readable. That is exactly why i think the current scheme
> is good enough as far as current design is concerned. And the design is
> the one that should be changed if we want changes. But let's not forget
> the purpose of NetBSD.org which is to provide information (in the broadest
> meaning posible) for NetBSD users. Using some sophisticated design would
> only slow down the page, make it unusable in non-graphic environments
> and transfer focus from function to form.
> In short - the current page serves the pupose just fine, if we want somet=
> else, we should not sacrifice any of the good points mentioned above.
Same here on my office TFT. I manage several websites here at my
university and playing with colors, esp. backgroundcolors, has always
been a pain. Usually a CRT is brighter than a TFT and offers more
contrast, so the site looks different on any Monitor/Browser/OS.
If possible, I avoid using colors on the whole site.=20
IMO the site shoudn't be touched. It works perfectly from my Hp
Jornada and my VAXstation with lynx on a VT100 :-)
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