clint at ecy.wa.gov
Tue Apr 25 19:33:17 CEST 2006
I must agree with Jon--the site is clean and material is easily found and
readily available. I wouldn't want changes which, while visually
stimulating, would detract from the clarity of presentation.
What I don't see is a way for the visitor to contact the Web page
maintainer to comment or suggest changes.
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On Tue, 25 Apr 2006, Jonathan Baron wrote:
> On 04/25/06 18:53, Romain Francois wrote:
> > Dear R users and developpers,
> > My question is adressed to both of you, so I choose R-help to post it.
> > Are there any plans to jazz up the main R website : http://www.r-project.org
> > The look it have now is the same for a long time and kind of sad
> > compared to other statistical package's website. Of course, the
> > comparison is not fair, since companies are paying web designers to draw
> > lollipop websites ...
> I don't think it is sad at all. It think it is one of the few
> sites I visit that is accessible, is quick to load, conforms to
> standards, uses my fonts instead of forcing me to get nose prints
> on the monitor, is informative, has minimal mindless glitz, and
> works in any browser.
> The only thing I might change is to replace the frames with some
> sort of CSS-based positioning. HOWEVER, the new version of
> Internet Explorer may totally destroy the usefulness of CSS, so
> maybe it is better to leave things as they are for now.
> Jonathan Baron, Professor of Psychology, University of Pennsylvania
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