I applaud your desire to help and the time you have devoted to a new web
site. However, I agree with Frank that it was not a giant leap forward.
May I suggest that you talk to the user community, including gimp-web, to
find out (1) if they share your thoughts that the site needs help and (2)
develop a list of what needs to be fixed. Then work with the gimp-web folks
to incorporate the changes the community has asked for into the appropriate
technology for the gimp web site.
On Fri, Oct 28, 2011 at 6:16 PM, Frank Gore <g...@projectpontiac.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Oct 28, 2011 at 4:58 PM, Kasim Ahmic <kasim.ah...@gmail.com>
> > Hello! I've been using GIMP for some time now and have recently saw how
> > I dislike the GIMP website. So I've recently been working on a redesign.
> > I have the home page ready here:
> > http://seasonoftreason.uphero.com/templates/
> > I know this is probably the wrong place to put this but I don't think
> > be getting too many responses on the
> > gimp-web mailing list :/ Anyway, I debugged everything and it now works
> > all major browsers.
> I could sugar-coat it a whole lot, but I'll be blunt: it's not an
> improvement. This is probably why you're not getting much feedback on
> the gimp-web mailing list
> While I agree that the gimp.org web site isn't terribly glossy, it
> suits its own purpose just fine right now. And the developers are
> accustomed to the CMS they're currently using, which is a whole lot
> more important in the long run.
> Frank Gore
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