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From: Dan C <youmustbejok...@lan.invalid>
Subject: Re: SOS
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On Mon, 23 Apr 2012 19:09:50 +0100, Peter Chant wrote:
> Dan C wrote:
>> On Mon, 23 Apr 2012 12:45:59 +0100, Peter Chant wrote:
>>> Bud wrote:
>>>> Joost Kremers wrote:
>>>>> Dan C wrote:
>>>>>> Yeah, kinda hard to buy stuff from the Slackware Store when the
>>>>>> website is down... Just tried and everything I click on the Store
>>>>>> site takes me to a freaking "BSD Mall" store site... Strange.
>>>>> yeah... but the donate button at the top left takes you to paypal
>>>>> where you can donate to the slackware project.
>>> Slackware store and donate links need to be on the home page of
>>> www.slackware.com. They are not obvious, I had to go looking for
>>> They were linked to under 'book'.
>> Homepage/Get Slack/The Slackware Store
>> Seems fairly intuitive to me.
> Well, perhaps it is to you.
Well, yeah. I mean if you come to the website to get Slackware, what's
more obvious than a link called "Get Slack"?
> However, it is a reasonable assumption that
> an important part of a website like the store would be available on the
> main navigation and as 'donate' is prominent on the home page of many
> open source projects it is reasonable that visitors to the site should
> not have to spend time looking for it.
I'm not arguing that point. I agree with you, it *could* be more obvious
than it is.
> I did not even realise that
> there was a donate option until it were mentioned here - something I
> would have known if it were on the home page.
... Or if you had spent a little more time looking around on the website,
as I (and others) have... :)
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