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On 2010/05/18 15:40 (GMT+0200) Karolin Seeger composed:
> As some of you might have noticed, the official Samba web site  has been
> revised during the sambaXP conference . The web design was revamped and
> a new logo has been created. Some of the related pages (e.g. the Wiki )
> have already been adapted to the new style as well.
> Special thanks go to Blackbit  for creating the new design,
Special chide to Blackbit for the outcome. :~(
> to SerNet 
> for sponsoring and to Stefan Metzmacher (Samba Team, SerNet) for adapting the
> new style to the web site!
> We hope you enjoy the new look!
Not even close. Arguably it's attractive, as long as you don't actually need
to use it or read anything on it. Pray your eyes are as good as a 15 year old
or you aren't using a high resolution device to access it if so.
It's terribly rude, apparently designed by people with giant displays and/or
perfect vision, for low resolution displays of 20 years ago, with no apparent
consideration given to users of high resolution displays, or those with less
than perfect eyesight.
http://fm.no-ip.com/SS/SC/sc-sambaorg1005.png is what it looks like on
resolution only 150% of "standard" 96. Note the note at the bottom of the
image about proper viewing.
> The Samba Team
>  http://samba.org/
>  http://sambaxp.org/
>  http://wiki.samba.org/
>  http://www.blackbit.com/
>  http://www.sernet.com/
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