[Seaside] website maintenance/feedback?

Bob Arning arning at charm.net
Wed Feb 23 17:04:25 UTC 2011

I would agree that alternate style sheets might not be high on the list, 
but the definite article in "the list of priorities" implies some 
decisions already having been made. Perhaps alternate styles are more 
important to others than either you or I imagine. Who knows for sure?

I'm also not sure how we get out of Avi's way. I haven't seen anything 
thus far that would impede him in the least. Whether he pays any 
attention to things mentioned on the list is entirely up to him.


On 2/23/11 11:47 AM, Nick Ager wrote:
> Bob,
> On 23 February 2011 16:20, Bob Arning<arning at charm.net>  wrote:
>> So, are alternate styles better supported on the server side or the client?
>>  From the perspective of "selling" Seaside, is it better to say "Here is how
>> Seaside can make this happen?" or is it better to say "Switch to Firefox and
>> load this addon?"
> Frankly in the grand scheme of things, alternate style sheet selection
> is not high on the list of priorities. My reference to Grease Monkey
> was simply to let you know that if you feel strongly about this
> functionality you can make it happen now.
> I think we're in danger, as Sebastian put it, of committee designing a
> giraffe/horse or bikeshedding [1]. As Avi has stepped up and
> volunteered to lead the effort we should get out of his way and let
> him get on with it.
> Nick
> 1 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parkinson's_Law_of_Triviality
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