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Re: user feedback re: crappy gnustep website layout

From: Alex Perez
Subject: Re: user feedback re: crappy gnustep website layout
Date: Fri, 29 Oct 2004 10:59:00 -0700
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MJ Ray wrote:
On 2004-10-29 01:18:29 +0100 Alex Perez <address@hidden> wrote:

we really need to fix this, but first we must come to some consensus. Currently I think Uli's point is important, and I agree with his assertion that we've got things broken down ridiculously too far. [...]

It would be good if you would contribute to the suggestions about merging some pages and site structure in general.

I intend to, but have not had an opportunity to sit down and restructure things the way I think they should be.

I also think you should moderate your language. Uli's comments are nowhere near as destructive as your horrible subject line suggests, nor do I think ridicule helps, nor do I know what you have against OO programmers.

The subject should have read "User feedback re: poor gnustep website *structure*, which is actually the problem. The visual design is quite attractive and I like it a lot.

As for having something against OO programmers, get a grip. I have nothing against OO programmers, but you should *NOT* try to design page/structural layout in the same manner as you should write an OO app, and I think that's part of why we have historically had these people wanting to break up things in ways that simply seem illogical to me, as a web designer.

In the future, it would be wise to not assume what my personal opinion on any given group of individuals is when I do not state it.


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