I have developed the html for the buttons. A test can be found here:
Note I have also changed the text a bit to reflect Michael's latest
Note also that the links to not ink to real files, as I have set them to
the git repository values, which are replaced with the urls on the backend.
On Wed, May 27, 2015 at 9:32 PM, Michael Schumacher <schum...@gmx.de> wrote:
> On 05/14/2015 08:47 AM, C R wrote:
> > To save retyping, here is the current text:
> we do not really have to worry about bandwidth usage (could be that the
> webserver config is the limiting factor) and especially not about fees.
> This allows us to make the texts a bit easier, and focus on the user
> > This link downloads the GIMP executable for Windows platforms via
> gimp.org. It
> > can be a bit slow at times, so if you are having problems, try the
> > link below for download via BitTorrent
> For BitTorrent, all of our torrents are set up with multiple web seeds,
> so this will work even without seeders. As I wrote before , we tested
> this in a university network at a conference, where torrent traffic was
> blocked, and it did work this way).
> > BitTorrent is a peer-to-peer file sharing system.
> > BitTorrent works by downloading GIMP from a distributed network of
> > mirror sites and from other BitTorrent users called "seeders". Learn
> What would be nice to have is a diff to the current download site (or
> maybe even only the Windows.htrw part of it).
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