dfarning at sugarlabs.org
Fri Feb 27 12:12:41 EST 2009
For some reason, the first couple of times I looked at the site from
www-testing.sl.o the floating menu was rather jerky.
But now I can not reproduce it.
On Sat, Feb 28, 2009 at 11:02 AM, Christian Marc Schmidt
<schmidt at pentagram.com> wrote:
> Ben, could you please let us know where you encountered any bugs?
> On 2/27/09 11:56 AM, "Benjamin M. Schwartz" <bmschwar at fas.harvard.edu>
>> David Farning wrote:
>>> Sorry there was a typo in my last email the site is actually
>> I forcefully object to everything about this website. It is ugly,
>> off-putting, unnavigable, unreadable, buggy, empty of any helpful
>> information, and in many other ways among the worst websites I could
>> demo, which is not at all useful here.
>> Meanwhile, the front page of the wiki is beautiful. It presents the
>> visitor immediately with a statement explaining what Sugar is, and a bunch
>> of clearly named links to learn more about Sugar and Sugar Labs.
>> Scrolling down presents a wealth of introductory information about Sugar,
>> presented in a logical fashion. It does all of this in a
>> non-headache-inducing color scheme, using complete sentences. Clearly a
>> lot of work has been put into this, and it shows.
>> Unless someone wants to come up with a decent webpage (must be better than
>> laptop.org!), let's just stick to the wiki.
> Christian Marc Schmidt
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