pyneo.org (was Re: Debian on the Nano)
kristoffer.ericson at gmail.com
Wed May 12 13:06:38 EDT 2010
On Mon, May 03, 2010 at 01:53:29PM -0500, Christopher Harrington wrote:
> On Mon, May 3, 2010 at 13:00, Guylhem Aznar <nanonote at guylhem.net> wrote:
> > All that is very good news, but is it necessary for pyneo.org to
> > display a warning, without any link to the original page, without any
> > link to reach it at the bottom of pyneo.org, when the browser is found
> > to be from a non-free OS?
> > Besides bothering people and proving 3l33t htaccess sk1ll5, I fail to
> > see the point. (it reminds me when I was new to html and playing with
> > customised 404 :-)
> > At least make that warning conditional, ie display it only when the
> > page to be opened is the site index.
> Why would the site display a warning during any scenario other than
> downloading? And even then, why display a warning that interrupts the entire
> browsing experience?
> This really smacks of elitism. I'm not looking to run pyneo on my Mac, I
> just want to read about it.
Also, please adjust website for 1024x768 resolution. I prefer using
that and hate having to scroll from side to side. :)
> -Chris Harrington
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