Whether you like it or not, gimp has been ported to mac and windoze. All
gimp info should be accessible and helpful for all. And point to os
specific help when needed. And yes, even be viewable with internet
explorer. (My mom uses that, sorry).
Michael Spunt wrote:
> Hi Nick!
> On Wed, 23 May 2001 16:47:14 +0100 Nick Lamb <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> >> update bookmarks. Backward-compatibility isn't cool. :-) Also, a new
> >> navigation structure would really force a new file naming and all.
> > That's pretty poor. Why would I want to update my bookmarks? Because
> > you are a w1ck3d cool new webmaster? Because you've decided that
> > downloads go in foo/ and screenshots go in baz/ ?
> Why should I update to Mozilla 0.9 or use UNIX? The Microsoft Internet
> Explorer 3.0 shipped with my Windows 3.1x is enough for my needs. ;-)
> The Gimp world emerges, information changes, the page becomes obsolete
> and hard to maintain. Backward compatibility isn't worth that.
> Also, noone wants to be a "w1ck3d cool webmaster". A great software
> deserves a great page update time up to time and keeping the old crap
> won't help much. Maybe you can tell us how to do it without breaking
> "backward compatibility", though.
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