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Month: September 2011

Re: [trinity-users] Which is original and official site

From: Felmon Davis <davisf@...>
Date: Fri, 16 Sep 2011 11:54:07 -0400 (EDT)
On Thu, 15 Sep 2011, Timothy Pearson wrote:

>> On Thursday 15 September 2011 16:17:58 Bimal Rekhadiya wrote:
>>> Yes sure.. Here are some links of my work:
>>> and so many..
>>> These sites are fully developed by me.. I have designed layout and than
>>> converted to Wordpress Theme and than created full working website.
>> Personally, I have looked at all three and I strongly dislike all three.
>> They
>> are exclusive not inclusive (i.e. not accessoble to the handicapped), do
>> not
>> follow web standards (don't work with Konqueror, my usual and preferred
>> browser - ironic for sites that are proposed as suitable for Konqueror's
>> main
>> home) and are far too glitzy.
>> Others may, in fact probably will, disagree.  But your work is certainly
>> not
>> good enough for you to announce that you are highhandedly going to
>> redesign 2
>> perfectly good, useful and usable sites and render them unusable.  KDE 4
>> is
>> about glitz and glitter.  Your sites might suit it.  But KDE 3 is about
>> functionality, configurability and usability.  As are the present sites.
>> Which are also pleasant to look at.  Your sites hurt my eyes.
>> Why do we have to have our sites mucked up because you want to use TDE??
>> Please don't let us render Trinity into a toy for the young and flashy.
>> Sorry to be so assertive: but you don't take hints.
>> Lisi

although I agree with the substance of your comments, they strike me 
as unduly harsh. giving the OP the benefit of the doubt, he was trying 
to be helpful and may not have understood how he was coming across - 
translation across different cultural contexts often does this. in 
fact, I think he may simply not have understood that he was being told 
no the first time.

actually I would have been interested in his ideas for the site but 
it's really not my business.

the OP probably by now has grasped that his services are not wanted as 
the relevant parties are content with things as they are.


Felmon Davis

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