1, 2, 3, testing

Tom Hennigan tomhennigan at gmail.com
Fri Feb 1 18:27:44 EST 2008

On 1 Feb 2008, at 14:57, Dx wrote:

> On 2/1/08, Tom Hennigan <tomhennigan at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I'm still around! I've put the design I've done online. You can  
>> find it
>> here: http://hosting.notjustanothermacuser.com/imfreedom/.
>> I thought a lack of images made the site slightly bland, so in this  
>> variant
>> (http://hosting.notjustanothermacuser.com/imfreedom-with-protocol-logos/ 
>> ),
>> I added 2 IM logos as a test (we won't be able to use these icons  
>> on the
>> final site).
>> Please let me know if it's not what you wanted (the design was not  
>> talked
>> about before..), or if anyone has any suggestions =].
>> Btw. The lang feature is functional in code, I just haven't added  
>> the french
>> translation, I enabled the flag in the footer as a demo of what we  
>> could
>> have.
> Nice, my suggestions:
> - The reflection and the drop shadow of the header have almost the
> same contrast as the "imFreedom" title. A white border may help.
> - A bigger header, add more space there :D
> - Underlined section headers? Unless you add #anchor links..
> - The text is OK, but maybe s/data/documentation/g
> - emesene is not in the list :P ..ok, ok, we are not that big. And
> pymsn is lowercase, afaik
> - The pseudo CMS is nice, but some mod_rewrite love would be better.
> - I'm not sure about the page background and the footer.
> (note: i am here just to help with docs, i am not the one that says
> "this is what we wanted")
> Questions:
> - Isn't imfreedom the legal corporation created by pidgin to blah blah
> legal blah blah AOL blah blah? But, well, openim is also a jabber
> client.. so..
> - Will this integrate with mediawiki?

I've changed the text on the front page, but I haven't changed the  
images yet (I'm too tired lol!).
I added the mod_rewrite fun, you can request /pages/lang/page or / 
I don't think this design would work well with mediawiki... But thats  
just my 2c.
I'll look at changing the header etc tomorrow =]

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