Fw: [sword-devel] html site I AM GETTING AAALLLLL OF YOUR MAIL PLEASE FIXXXXX !!!!!!!!!!!
Thu, 19 Oct 2000 09:13:56 -0400
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From: David Burry <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, October 19, 2000 5:31 AM
Subject: Re: [sword-devel] html site
> I can see that conceptually crosswire is the hosting location for several
> projects.... however... what other projects are there other than sword?
> sword is the only option in the menu, what greater functionality is there
> in having the menu to begin with right now? Until you get a second
> on the web site, I don't see how the collage-of-all-projects page would
> look any different than the main sword home page body for now. ;o)
> Web sites should not be designed to conform rigidly according to political
> structures, for they make the most confusing web sites. Rather they
> be designed to get the info wanted by the user to the user as quickly and
> as easily as possible (and tastefully pretty too if possible), IMHO.
> At 12:36 AM 10/19/2000 -0700, Troy A. Griffitts wrote:
> > Here are a few 'ideas' from a NON-artistic, functional point of
> > view.
> >Anyone with creatively artistic skills can fill in the gaps:
> >Conceptually, CrossWire is the hosting location of a number of
> >opensource Christian projects. The initial page should be designed to
> >allow easy index access to any of these projects. Maybe these could be
> >in a sub-heading, or possibly in a java-script menu of some sort. I
> >don't know.
> >The rest of the page might change often and be kindof a collage of
> >lastest news from some of the projects.
> >OK, I guess that's all the ideas I really have for now. I'm sleepy.
> > -Troy.