[Haskell-cafe] Leaner Haskell.org frontpage
rick.richardson at gmail.com
Thu Jul 9 18:17:50 EDT 2009
IMO, causing a segfault in the interpreter is more than just a DOS
On Thu, Jul 9, 2009 at 6:11 PM, Derek Elkins <derek.a.elkins at gmail.com>wrote:
> On Thu, Jul 9, 2009 at 12:31 PM, Jason Dagit<dagit at codersbase.com> wrote:
> > On Thu, Jul 9, 2009 at 10:00 AM, Thomas ten Cate <ttencate at gmail.com>
> >> By the way, the most valuable pixels, right at the top of the page,
> >> are wasted on wiki stuff. Compare
> >> http://www.haskell.org/
> >> with, for example,
> >> http://www.ruby-lang.org/
> >> http://python.org/
> > The thing I like the most from the ruby page is the top box of content
> > it starts describing ruby with a "Read more..." link adjacent to a code
> > snippet. Because I doubt anyone will agree on *the one* best code
> > to show people, I think there should/could be a pool of fun snippets and
> > loading the page picks one at random. I have no idea if the wiki engine
> > supports this. I also like the strip of links at the top with things
> > "Download", "Community", and so on. Something I think the Haskell page
> > much better than the other two, is the listing of events and hackage
> > updates. Both of those sections feel "inviting" to me. It makes me
> > and I want to explore.
> > The python page looks at least as cluttered as the haskell page. Neither
> > the haskell page or the python page have the same look and feel of the
> > page. I think the shaded/gradient backgrounds actually add a lot to the
> > visual experience. I also like that the boxes have a different bg color
> > the box title and the box contents. I also like the use of icons on the
> > ruby page. The "Download Ruby" link/box with the download icon is very
> > inviting. I just want to download it, even if I'm not going to use ruby!
> > Perhaps we could have a contest similar to the logo contest but for
> > asthetics redesign. I think the content on the haskell page is great,
> > the visual style of the presentation could be improved considerably.
> >> If, like the consensus seems to be, the page should be made more
> >> friendly to beginners (who are unlikely to want to contribute to the
> >> wiki right away), then this should be moved elsewhere, or at the very
> >> least made smaller and less obtrusive.
> > Optimizing for newcomers seems wise.
> > Jason
> This is what I see when visiting the Ruby page:
> "DoS vulnerability in BigDecimal"
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