+1 on the website.

I don't have any time to help out with the yt 2.2 release goals before the end of the month.  I could help in July if we want to push the release date back.


On Tue, Jun 21, 2011 at 12:42 AM, Matthew Turk <matthewturk@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi Stephen,

On Mon, Jun 20, 2011 at 2:24 PM, Stephen Skory <s@skory.us> wrote:
> Matt,
>> 2) A few of us have created a prototype of a new website:
>> http://yt.enzotools.org/prototype/
> Just some comments, and then I'll give my opinion on the design.
> I think it's bad form to put shortened URLs on a webpage, in
> particular the one for "GET YT". Either put the full URL (which is
> long in this case to the install_script.sh) or something descriptive
> like 'Download install_script.sh'.

I've removed it.  It was also redundant with the "Get yt" section header.

> Having the single-page CSS scrolling is fine, but I don't think the
> gaps between the sections are necessary. To some extent, those gaps
> assume that the user can see the entire text in each section. When
> they can't, they'll start scrolling down, and then they'll discover a
> big gap between sections, which is odd. The converse is true too - if
> the text is too short, then there's a big gap, which is odd, again.

Hmm, I'm not sure about this.  I kind of like it.  If you want to hack
away at it, though, feel free.

> Overall I like it, I think it looks pretty sharp.

Me too; I think it was the right one to choose.

Anybody else have any suggestions on the website?

>> 3) I am going on vacation starting sometime between June 29 and July
>> 3, and I will be gone until at least July 23rd.
> Take lots of pictures!

I surely will.  :)


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