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Re: [Bug-gnubg] documentation: website ground rules

From: Alef Rosenbaum
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] documentation: website ground rules
Date: Sat, 21 Jun 2003 12:23:53 +0100
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> I've created a frame work of php and mysql this week (no contence right
> now). It's easy to work with (adding links, creating webpages ...).
> Maybe we should take about it tomorrow?
> Ciao
> Achim

I'm not at all familiar with php or mysql, but I'll start looking into them.
I've already created a sketch for the webpage, but I'll stop until it's
clear what direction we're going in for creating and updating it. I've
temporarily posted my page at:


The style sheet is using sans-serifs which I think look far better than the
usual default serif fonts. But I am concerned that this might be looking too
much like the FIBS site, obviously I need to expand my webpage design

I was thinking of separating the page into the categories: Downloads,
Software developers, FAQ, Contacts. The aim being to make it as clear as
possible to the non-programmer who might get thrown by references to
binaries, etc. But then this asks the question: who is the site's target
audience at this stage?

And this might be a ridiculous question, but is there a timescale for the
release date? 


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