Re: www.afterstep.org

Rob Hoyle (robho@ebicom.net)
Thu, 20 Aug 1998 21:48:00 +0200



-----Original Message-----
From: Rob Hoyle <robho@ebicom.net>
To: afterstep <afterstep>
Date: donderdag 20 augustus 1998 2:36
Subject: Re: www.afterstep.org


>> On 19 Aug 1998, Kristoffer Tveit wrote:
>> >
>> > And of course the option to browse it with _no_ (or very litle)
>> > graphic intensity. (Something every serious web-page should have)
>> >
>>
>> I agree!  Make sure it looks good in Lynx! (The web browser of champions,
>> and people with slow computers)
>>
>> JD
>Ok....
>
>Well, It seems to me, that making an Afterstep site that wasnt extremely
>intensive with graphics would be like running afterstep but, staying on
>the virtual consoles.  Why would you make a site dedicated to a GUI, and
>then just have text talking about it.  I think the site should be as full
>of AS graphics as possible, (THUMBNAILED) so that people can see what a
>beautiful thing Afterstep really is.
>
>Rob
I agree on making a nice page. But it shouldn't be impossible to make a text
only site.... (www.afterstep.org/text perhaps??)... Meaning the site should
be nice for everyone ;-)




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