[Seaside] [ANN] new Seaside homepage
avi at dabbledb.com
Wed Jul 11 08:00:36 UTC 2007
I generally like it, but I have two minor quibbles:
One, the logo image seems to flip between two slogans, one of which
(something like "the framework for writing sophisticated web
applications in Smalltalk") is nice and descriptive, if without much
punch, but the other one ("the web framework that takes the web out of
web programming") I can't stand. IMO, Seaside embraces the web and
the browser, what it takes out is the pain of (raw) HTTP and HTML.
But I'd hate for people to think we were fundamentally anti-web.
Two, it's not obvious that the big category headings like About and
Documentation are themselves links, the sub-categories like
Screenshots are more tempting to click but less interesting.
On 7/11/07, Philippe Marschall <philippe.marschall at gmail.com> wrote:
> After too many delays the new Seaside homepage  has finally gone
> online. Since we switched hosts it might take a moment until the DNS
> update propagates to you. The first thing you'll notice is the updated
> look for which we no longer have to excuse. We cleaned up the content
> and added a lot of new stuff. Among others you'll find interactive
> examples, feed aggregation Monticello commit logs and the answers to
> often asked questions like 'What is the best Swiss cheese?'. Under the
> hood we made a lot of technology upgrades. We finally run on Seaside
> (2.8) and the Pier CMS with several plug-ins, we are also hosted at
> Seaside-Hosting . The only way to eat more dog food would be
> running on SqueakNOS.
> The page is not yet fully finished (and probably never will be) but we
> feel we're at the point where it's significantly better than the old
> one. So if you have suggestions for improvements or want to help get
> in contact with us.
>  http://www.seaside.st
>  http://www.seasidehosting.st/
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