On 2 December 2011 22:15, Timothy Pearson <kb9vqf@...> wrote:
> You say elsewhere in your eulogy that putting usability before glitz and
> bling
> is one of TDE's strengths.  But it would appear that so long as you can do
> what you want to do, the rest of us can go hang???

That's not what I picked up at all from his post, ;-)  He is merely
expressing an opinion that I have heard from others as well.  That being
said, I don't know how to make the site look more "professional" without
sacrificing functionality/usability--thoughts on this are welcome, and
doing nothing is always an option!
> Thank you, Timothy, for aiming at inclusivity not exclusivity.  I love
> TDE's
> site.  I can read everything!!

Thanks!  Calvin deserves a lot of the credit for the nice CSS theme though.


There is always this endless struggle to keep things simple and clean, and  the struggle to make it look like less of an eyesore.

Darrell has worked up a-lot of good ideas for the website ( strictly textual, not formatting ) but when we get the time to go back and review and make those changes, maybe we can take the time to quell any uproar about the appearance.

I am interested in specifical thoughts regarding the website, "more professional" is hard for me to work with. Anything we can do to make it better is great, but we don't want to waste our time either.

This goes for everyone, I'd love to hear some ideas,

Calvin Morrison