[REBOL] Re: LIBRARY: First public release ready for viewing
From: greggirwin:mindspring at: 2-Mar-2003 16:30
GC> 1. I found the light blue color of almost all the pages other then
GC> the first one (Home) looking better than the first one itself
GC> (light Grey). Maybe it's just a matter of taste but at least it
GC> should be kept uniform on all pages.
Good point. The first page is actually what we hope will become the
main rebol.org page, and we wanted to distinguish it from the actual
library pages by using a different color.
(Ah, I just saw a message from Sunanda that he has made us the main
page now. Thanks Sunanda!)
GC> 2. When speaking of uniformity, if you try Viewing the first one-liner code, it displays
on the right side of the screen while
GC> almost every script I looked at was displayed below instead, leaving empty the right
side of the screen. In any case - if easible-
GC> the right side of the screen could be filled up with some code or if too large to
fit there, an indication could be left in this
GC> free zone to invite the reader to look below.
Yup. Known issue.
GC> 3. As you already mentioned in your presentation, there is no way
GC> for now to submit any new script but there is no more way to leave
GC> you any comment - or at least I didn't find any when I quickly
GC> looked for.
Here or AltME are the places to give us feedback right now.
GC> 4. And go for a small suggestion - for a future add-on maybe...
GC> links (respectively labeled "design", docs" and "history")
Yes. I'm not sure how they will be applied, but we do want to allow
things like user comments, more details from authors, "See Also"
GC> However I also know the time and discipline required to do this
GC> and I can only offer my help if this is accepted somewhere in the
GC> process -
I have your name, and some others, in a list of resources we may call
on to help out in the future. I haven't forgotten you. :)
GC> Keep up and may be you will be able to recruit more ppl to help
GC> you maintaining the library now than when it started ...
What we really hope, is that we'll be able to build tools, and a
system that allows the community to push things forward, with the
librarians being responsible for a few, specialized, tasks.
Thanks for your comments!