DragonFly users List (threaded) for 2006-10
Re: Text-columns and CSS
2006/10/26, Geert Hendrickx <ghen@xxxxxxxxxx>:
On Thu, Oct 26, 2006 at 05:22:16PM +0300, Dennis Melentyev wrote:
> Almost everyone use Firefox/Opera/IE these days.
Many people think "almost everyone uses IE these days" (and they're
probably right) so with the same reasoning as yours, they ignore Firefox/
Opera/anythingelse as well and only code for IE. You like that?
Well, the reason not to count on IE is it is only available on off-topic OS.
On unices, Firefox and Opera are used mostly.
> good approach, but plain-old-html requirement is not an option IMHO.
> Do you see any particular reason? Except just ability to use "links". Do
> you really use "lynks and Co" for day-to-day browsing?
As long as Firefox/Opera/IE/whatever are not shipped with DragonFly, it
seems very reasonable to make the Dragonfly webpage 100% accessible with
text-browsers which will more easily be available after a default install
(for looking up documentation/help when needed).
Usually, it is enough to browse local docs. And local docs MUST be
plain html, or, even better, plain text. Plain text is much more
convenient for grep'ing.
The official site is more about to be an "OS visit card" and starting
point to find any info on project.
It is not a problem to have lynx-browsable on-line documentation
pages, but not the requirement for project news, roadmaps and other
To be able to navigate lynx to on-line docs, it is better to have
specific link from local handbook, rather then find it through site's