Beta version of the new HP site
dons at galois.com
Mon Mar 22 09:00:03 EDT 2010
I like it :)
But I based it on what chrome does: o
to give some sense of what the page is for if you're not already
> I don't think I'll have time soon to work on this.
> I do want to note that, in the original design, we left out as much as possible on purpose. For example, I don't like the text on the rhs. If people want to know more, they'll click on "Learn more...". I don't think it adds a lot of value. What do you guys think?
> On 21 mrt 2010, at 03:40, Gregory Collins wrote:
> > Don Stewart <dons at galois.com> writes:
> >> gale:
> >>>> http://hackage.haskell.org/platform/new/
> >>> The link for Mac is a direct download of a disk image to
> >>> install the platform.
> >>> That will work on *every* reasonable Mac?
> >>> Let's say, every Mac that is currently officially
> >>> supported by Apple? Tiger, Leopard, and Snow Leopard?
> >>> Intel and PowerPC?
> >>> If not, then that link must go to a landing page with
> >>> a choice of what to do, like for Linux.
> >>> Same comment for Windows. Are XP, Vista, and Windows 7
> >>> all supported? No other "gotchas"?
> >> The plan (for tomorrow) is to have download pages for each distro,
> >> rather than just a direct link.
> >> That way we can also suggest, e.g. the macports build.
> > The link to my build should be clearly labeled as being for Leopard
> > (10.5) and above, it won't work for Tiger (10.4) or lower.
> > G
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