Re: Fwd: Re: Help on Debian Project - Need Me?
On Wed, Sep 06, 2000 at 02:45:37PM +0200, Wichert Akkerman wrote:
> Previously Daniele Cruciani wrote:
> > About doc-central, I think that a person who is looking for
> > docomuntation couldn't find nothing better than doc-central: if you
> > add image animated icon (flash make want little space on disk but
> > great amount of calculus resourse), it will result more "friendly" in
> > some way but tedious in other way.
> I don't want anything animated on there, I'm looking for something that
> is simple and clean but looks a bit better then it does currently. The
> current html also has a problem with mozilla/galeon/etc.: search results
> get put in the wrong frame, and I have no idea why..
I've just seen the problem (never notice before ...)
doc-central looks better than dhelp, and dhelp have icons. In my
taste, what is central in documentation is the documentation itself
and how is simple to access it, not how interface is fun (docs are
fun). By that point of view doc-central is doc central :)
> I'll rewrite bits of doc-central to make it use templates from which
> the html is generated and some per-user configuration settings (actually
> that is already in there but not used currently), that should make it
> easier to customize things.
I second the use of templates ... but at this time i can't figure
what kind of templates (other than the existing) can be created. On
other side a per-user setting should be usefull: one can require only
html, or only info format .. and so.
> Wichert (thinking doc-central might be his most succesfull 1-day hack
> so far :)
I've said good, no fantastic :P
Daniele Cruciani <email@example.com>
Universita` di Pisa - Informatica -
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