Re: Re[2]: EVM Homepage template available for inspection

From: Anand Pillai <abpillai_at_nospammail_dot_net>
Date: Mon Aug 11 2003 - 14:15:57 CDT

As Matteo says, this is just a test page to get
the HTML and CSS right. The final content
should be more professional, with this page appearing
as one of the main links.

I suggest a project history documenting Alan's efforts
in this direction. It could also include documents from
similar projects under progress.

We can also have the mailing list archive put up under
the "Archives" link.

Other links could be a project roadmap with an interactive
calendar, the techical papers, information on the evm crew
(us!), a small write up on the technologies we are using.

We can have a "News" link in the main navbox instead
of a scrolling marquee kind of news display (normally
favored by commercial sites.)

The Paypal link is normally put along with the paypal
icon in a visible area. In our page, this could be the space
on the left side below the navigation box. We could also
put up an "OSI-certified" icon there upon project completion.

I dont mind the donations anyday :->

Thanks

Anand

On Mon, 11 Aug 2003 21:01:00 +0200, "Matteo Giacomazzi"
<giacomazzi@programmazione.it> said:
> Hi Alan,
>
> >> Alan updated his announcement slightly since the version embedded.
> >> For the most recent HTML-ized version, take a look at:
> >>
> >> http://gnosis.cx/voting-project/announce.html
> >>
> >> No huge differences, but a couple extra words.
> >>
> AD> Thanks, David, for noticing. Actually, some of us consider the
> AD> additional information about the Open Voting Consortium to be
> AD> quite important.
>
> Yes, this is only a test to "tune" the HTML+CSS. Really, I'm not sure
> if the announce is the right thing to publish or if you prefer to
> write something different just for the homepage (maybe it is more
> appropriate?).
>
> Furthermore, I was thinking if we'll need:
> - a "calendar" of events about the topic of "electronic voting
> systems";
> - some kind of "news display" (not just a ticker, we don't want
> Javascript or Java in our pages and we want that the whole site is
> accessible from everyone).
>
> If you give me some feedback on this (I mean, if you think we could
> need them) I can start to work on their styles and layout.
>
> Many thanks!
>
> --
> Regards,
> Matteo
> mailto:giacomazzi@programmazione.it
>

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