Re: Graphics size: Debian wiki start page stc.
This is follow-up to
I think graphics itself in a nice one but I have concern for how it is
used and its negative impacts.
On Tue, Aug 18, 2009 at 03:30:05PM +0200, Frans Pop wrote:
> Osamu Aoki wrote:
> > Considering we are not art site but informational site, graphics should
> > not exceed 1/4 linear size of screen size.
> > Considering VGA, 320*240 is good choice. (It could be 300*200 since
> > some screen are not used for web presentation)
> > Can we shrink image so everyone can see real content at the first
> > screen.
> Seconded. And I'd even suggest going smaller than 300*200.
> The huge size of the image on the home page and its weird placement (and
> the fact that it does not really fit in with the general design of the
> page at all) has been a minor annoyance for me ever since it was added.
> I do see the reasons for adding it, but it would be nice if it was less
> dominating and better integrated.
I did look into the history of this logo.
* Franklin PIAT, Simon Paillard, and Aaron Valdes responded.
* Simon Paillard checked in graphics Sun Feb 15 07:37:31 2009 UTC.
* Shrinking current graphics blur image too much and unfit to use it
After some thought, I came to conclusion that asking artist for the
solution is good idea. Thus I am CCing this mail to the artist:
Andre Luiz Rodrigues Ferreira
I like your lenny graphics on my Desktop but I see some issues with the
current http://www.debian.org and http://wiki.debian.org pages with your
Can you propose solution to the issues I raised.
Thanks for your attention.