tlsa at netsurf-browser.org
Fri Jun 22 16:43:23 BST 2007
In article <200706171013.31748 at zamez.strcprstskrzkrk.co.uk>,
James Bursa <james at netsurf-browser.org> wrote:
> The website is due for improvements in content, navigation, and design.
We should also work out what to do with the documentation. We could try to
make the documentation multi-platform or have separate documentation for
I'm beginning to think that a mixture of the two approaches would work.
The user guide could be multi-platform, with any differences in the two
versions covered. Stuff like the progress page could also easily be
multi-platform, like the old development plan page.
The user info page would probably be best to be platform specific, I
think. i.e. we'd have different user info pages for each platform.
I also think we could put a multi-platform welcome page on
That could be used if the platform's build doesn't have its own welcome
page. Currently nsgtk just uses the NetSurf site home page, which isn't
ideal. Well, I miss stuff like the Google, BBC News, Slashdot, Drobe and
Iconbar links and Google search box provided on the RISC OS build's
Michael Drake (tlsa) http://www.netsurf-browser.org/
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