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Re: ldp website
- Subject: Re: ldp website
- From: cogNiTioN <>
- Date: Thu, 2 Dec 1999 22:51:06 +0000 (GMT)
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On Wed, 1 Dec 1999 email@example.com wrote:
> I have only looked at the new page with the lynx text-only browser.
> It's not as good as it formerly was since there is far too much blank
> space. There used to be (when Greg Hankins ran it) far more
> information on the first page using lynx but now its mostly blank. A
Try pressing the spacebar. I use lynx exclusivly on my Linux box, and I
think the page is fine. Past the front page the site is very lynx
compatiable. And the front page is better than most sites I visit.
After having tried out the page in NN, it looks really GOOD. Good job
guys. I think it outways a slightly less lynx friendly front page.
> major defect is that one sees: "We are now accepting DocBook". Later
> it explains that we only accept DocBook for the Guides. This should
> have been clear in the first sentence.
> I think that all discussion re DocBook and sgml should be removed from the
> first page. People come to the site looking for documentation and most of
> them have no idea what "DocBook" and other mark-up language terms mean. To
> them it's like we said: "We are now accepting xyzpdq."
I've got no idea what docbook (sorry: DocBook) is, but I don't think its
use is confusing to anyone, just not relevent to perhaps the majority of
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