Fwd: Re: Help on Debian Project - Need Me?
Actually, all im trying to say is, how can I help make icons for projects
or at least help maintain the website?
---[ Kyle Lynch ]---
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Subject: Re: Help on Debian Project - Need Me?
From: Manoj Srivastava <email@example.com>
Organization: The Debian Project
Date: 03 Sep 2000 00:54:34 -0500
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>>"Ben" == Ben Collins <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Ben> Well, IMO, anything that goes on the Debian website better
Ben> created by free software. No offense, but if I start
Ben> "Made with Macromedia" or "Designed with
Photoshop" on the
Ben> website, there will be hell to pay :)
if the output is pristine HTML, I see no reason to
Ben> There are several criteria for the website, unspoken, but
Ben> knows this:
Ben> a) It needs to be browsable by text-only browsers without
Ben> some "click here for cheezy text
Ben> b) Graphics need to be created in Gimp (is there any other
Ben> program around worth its salt?).
Ben> c) Geared towards informational and structural concerns
rather than "eye
Ben> When I go to the Debian webpage, I want answers and
information, and I
Ben> think most people feel the same way.
create lousy, unhelpful HTML with the freest of tools,
Emacs. ANd you can create helpful content, WAP and cell phone
accesible not graphical pure HTML pages with a proprietary editor.
get overtly political and start refusing offers of
help in good faith, shall we? God, this is a far cry from the
days of the FSF.
"The Berlin Wall is the defining achievement of
Manoj Srivastava <email@example.com>
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