On Wed, 23 May 2001 18:21:16 +0200, Christoph Rauch <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> 

>Many sites have never changed since 1995. Some are changing too
>frequently.  With gimp.org we have sort of the first one (even if its
>not THAT old). With a redesign in both content and structure we can
>be more flexible and add more things which are usefull to both new
>and "old" users. The current webpage organises all html-pages in the
>root-direcotry of the server. This is definitely NOT flexible enough.

>Example: http://www.gimp.org/download/ Result: 404 - not found

That's not a "look and feel" issue, it's just a broken link problem
that has nothing to do with look and feel.

>The site-design neednt be redesigned from scratch. It may be enough
>to polish it up and remove the "Gimp-standard-script"-look, which was
>copied all over the web and today has a bit trashy touch. Definitely
>not a good representation for the greatest graphic program on
>earth. :-)

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.

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