My Walkthrough [Part 1 - Buy Ben NanoNote]
jon at rejon.org
Sat Feb 13 18:27:54 EST 2010
Oops, Mirko, where could people file bugs against the site too?
On Sat, Feb 13, 2010 at 3:27 PM, Jon Phillips <jon at rejon.org> wrote:
> Also, anyone can submit a greasemonkey or altered html or css to fix issues
> :) its a challenge :)
> On Fri, Feb 12, 2010 at 11:34 PM, Mirko Lindner <mirko at sharism.cc> wrote:
>> On Sat, Feb 13, 2010 at 8:16 AM, Bas Wijnen <wijnen at debian.org> wrote:
>> > On Fri, Feb 12, 2010 at 04:23:49PM -0800, Ron K. Jeffries wrote:
>> >> A different opinion:
>> >> We want [need] as many people to buy and use the Most Excellent (and
>> VERY free)
>> >> Nanonote as possible.
>> >> A web site that's usable by PEOPLE who are interested in this
>> >> fine product should not require them to abandon the [mainstream]
>> >> they currently prefer.
>> > I find it unlikely that people interested in free hardware will have IE
>> > as their preferred browser. This is based on nothing, though.
>> I belief the point here was, that we should not limit people to access
>> the site, because of their preferred browsers. The beauty of our
>> hardware project is, that you don't need to know how free it actually
>> is to like it.
>> Even if the customer loves Windows, has an iPad and has never heard of
>> gnu/linux, if s/he finds a cute little device with a convincing
>> software package we have a shot at getting to her/him. People do not
>> expect a full Win on a small dictionary or wikipedia device etc. So
>> let's have a page which in design and technicalities opens us to as
>> many people as possible.
>> My 2 cents on this.
>> >> Making a straight ahead site such as sharism.cc work with major
>> >> is not a big deal. [the small glitch I saw is already FIXED!]
>> >> Let's not be so ultra-purist that we reject people who have not YET
>> >> totally accepted the free, open, libre. copyleft dogma.
>> >> > Bas Wijnen schreef:
>> >> >> I suggest dropping support for non-free browsers (IE and Safari),
>> >> >> adding http://validator.w3.org/ to the list. If it validates,
>> >> >> most likely already works in all browsers except IE.
>> > This however is still true. If the site validates, it will work
>> > everywhere. If the IE support isn't tested anyway, a validating site
>> > actually stands a bigger chance of working there than a non-validating
>> > site.
>> > So I'm not suggesting to make life harder for non-free browsers. I am
>> > suggesting to put no time in them. Follow the standards, let them be
>> > able to read standard sites properly. For the most part, even IE
>> > already does (AFAIK).
>> I am in full agreement here. Started getting rid of validator errors.
>> Once this is done and I did the changes to the webpage, it would be
>> great if people from the list here could browse to our page and give
>> us feedback on the appearance. Let's make this project about open in
>> every aspect imaginable.
>> > Thanks,
>> > Bas
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