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Month: December 2011

Re: [trinity-devel] Trinity logo?

From: "Timothy Pearson" <kb9vqf@...>
Date: Fri, 16 Dec 2011 16:48:50 -0600
>> All I'm saying here is don't be an ass wipe with redesigning the web
>> site.
>> :)
> Contributions appreciated, as the old arch saying goes "patches are
> welcome!" or "put up or shut up" applies as well.
> Calvin Morrison

Just a reminder to keep it civil here folks.  Personally I try to provide
both a JS and non-JS version of any given feature--while people may no
longer have K6 CPUs not everyone has an Android/iPhone either.  Providing
a non-JS version allows people with midgrade phones to still use all the
features of the website.

Regarding stability, in theory javascript should be OK.  In practice the
JS engine built into a given browser can leak memory quite badly--for me
this manifests as having to regularly restart Firefox, which gets to be
quite a nuiscance over time.  TDE might end up (randomly) being the site
that pushes the user's system over a memory limit, and nothing says
"professional" like a site appearing to crash the users' browser.

Just something to keep in mind. ;-)