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I love simple things. No matter too complicated will scare me or make me run away, at least not when it’s a real challenge I believe in. Challenges are awesome and the best way to win win a challenge is to simplify it as much as possible. It’s what I loved about mathematics. Back in the day when I had 9 hours of math every week at school. Read more
Blog in Maintenance Mode. At least until the next
two three to five days of my life will have been focused on hacking this template, getting rid of inline styling and make it look like I want.
With some CSS3 and more stuff you can’t see in your browser. Obviously IE6 and older will not be supported.
The challenge in establishing an effective design solution that reaches a broad audience is in no way less difficult or creative than making work that is personal in nature. In fact, I’d argue that it’s typically much more challenging, as it requires one to dissociate with personal perspectives, in an effort to understand the situation from a more pluralistic standpoint.
Eric Karjaluoto on design vs. style: Fuck Style an appeal to return to hardcore design.
But, this week the redistribution of Mimbo was taken a step further by Michael Oeser, who changed the name to Branford Magazine, thus relieving him of any GPL issues. He also added some bits from Structure (Justin Tadlock) and Revolution (Brian Gardner), though anyone viewing the source code can see it’s 90% Mimbo with a new paint job.
- A name change does not relieve of the GPL issues
- GPL license allows to redistribute, with or without links. Whether in altered form or in original form
- Brian Gardner’s revolution is copyrighted.
To resume, a whine. A whine because the GPL *does call* for ethics, and likes the source to be credited (in code is sufficient – although I do doubt the Blandford theme credits in the code), but this is no license requirement and the GPL *does allow* any credit to be removed.
None of the themes I will release for Chyrp will support IE6. There are enough of reason to upgrade to IE7 and if you can’t upgrade you should whether buy a legal Windows XP or not waste your valuable company time blogging.
Platforms such as Windows 2000 are not supported by MS anymore, there’s no reason to provide a backward compatibility for non-supported systems.