Re: #315371: Optimization of PNG images on the www
On Tue, May 02, 2006 at 02:45:06PM +0200, Florian Ludwig wrote:
> Florian Ludwig wrote:
> > though the report is old the author is right. There is a easy and nice
> > tool called 'optipng' in sid and testing that should do the job. (I'm
> > not sure if the attached pics are up to date)
> > I hope someone will at least replace the images that are already png's
> > and close the bug.
> > see:
> > http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=315371
PNG images in the navigation bar were recently removed in favour of CSS.
But now I see that you refer to other images in Pics and lossless size
> I hoped someone would do this but it seems nobody is interested in it.
I am. It looks interesting, I was just not aware of this bug report.
(I did a similar task for another project recently, but it was necessary
to first write a patch against ImageMagick so that it accepts my large
pixmaps and it is able to reduce these :-)
> I think there are some more bugs that should be closed but i have no
Most likely. It would be nice if you could check for such bugs and maybe
also provide patches when necessary.
> access [i'm not a DD] so i hope someone with access will have a look at
you don't need to be a developer, have you found this information somewhere?
I remember I thought in the past the same but you can close all bugs you want
as described in
> the following list where i began to collect some informations about bugs
> that should be easy to close...
Please try to close these yourself if you are *really* sure it's save.
> www.debian.org: Out of date translation not mentioned
> Seems to be corrected but not closed.
No! The report is about a missing indication that the page is not up-to-date,
not about the translations itself!
> experimental not described on the release page
> experimental is not a hole distribution so there are no releases and so
> it shouldn't be one the release page
> So, move to 'Will Not Fix' ?
Maybe, but since the bug is from our webmaster I suggest not to touch it.
> www.debian.org: Link of dev-ref is broken in japanese html
> It seems so that there is just no Japanese version, so could someone
> please remove the link .
He, this patch affects me :-)
Forgot about it but it should be reassigned to the proper package.
If I remember correctly my patch was silently ignored ...
Currently PS and PDF files for developers-reference are disabled, don't know
> www.debian.org: "Why Debian" page contains paragraph that seems dated
> the second sentence of this paragraph at the why debian page :
> "NT and XP have shown themselves to be very bad also."
> So also new and "up-to-date" systems are mentioned and so the bug can be
I'm really not the right person to analyse M$ security. But the old Windows 95
reference should really be removed.
"Windows 95 has essentially no security. NT and XP have shown themselves to be
very bad also."
Please propose a fix but do not close it.
>  http://www.nl.debian.org/doc/devel-manuals#devref
>  http://www.debian.org/intro/why_debian