SoK : "Complete " Completed.

Valorie Zimmerman valorie.zimmerman at
Sat Jan 31 10:20:39 UTC 2015

 On Sat, Jan 31, 2015 at 1:44 AM, Subhajit Mukherjee
<subhajitm6 at> wrote:
> Hi Valorie,
> Thank you very much for your review. There are a few areas where I am facing
> problem.
> 1. I am disappointed with the back and forth header myself. But I did not
> want to keep it like the old one and that resulted in the slider. IT WILL BE
> 2. There is really lack of images to be used in the website. My plan was
> making the header like the KDE site but I hardly found any high quality
> image of proper size. I tried using the current image of as the
> banner but it looked blured and not aesthetic at all.
> 3. The F button is what carries the Facebook news feed on clicking the
> Facebook news feed opens. As there is no proper fb widget avaible that
> contains the news feed.
> 4. The overlapping of the G+ nd kubuntu wire is strange because I never saw
> that problem in any of the browsers I tested it in.
> 5. The contents of the feature tour I kept unaltered as I was not sure if i
> could add new contents.
> Apart from that is there any other problem I need to work on?

I suggest searching at Flickr and G+ for photos. There should be lots.
I have some, I know Jonathan does, and there are others as well.

Too bad about the facebook feed. But that button shouldn't float
around in odd places. It should be stuck where you want it in your

I suggest writing to the user list for images and/or banners if nobody
here speaks up. Keep in mind many of the devels are at FOSDEM this

I'm very surprised by the feature tour - where did you get those
images? Some are *ancient*.


> On Jan 31, 2015 11:14 AM, "Valorie Zimmerman" <valorie.zimmerman at>
> wrote:
>> On Thu, Jan 29, 2015 at 12:52 AM, Subhajit Mukherjee
>> <subhajitm6 at> wrote:
>> > Hi,
>> > I have finished the new kubuntu site :-
>> > .
>> > Please let me know if some changes are to be done.
>> > Thanks and Regards,
>> > Subhajit Mukherjee
>> > M:- 09748190041
>> I looked the site both in FF on my laptop, and on my phone. Some parts
>> of the page look ~ok on the phone, and some even look better. But for
>> the most part, it seems that part of the site disappears (probably off
>> to the right and left) and that huge odd Facebook button seems to
>> intrude and not move with the rest of the page.
>> If the main site won't work on phones and tablets, at least we should
>> have a /mobile site which is autodetected.
>> On FF things are better, but there are still some problems. The
>> biggest issue I have are the two top images which switch back and
>> forth. They are slow to load and add nothing to the site. *Everything*
>> should be focused on kubuntu. An ocean scene? Razor wire? They get
>> more annoying the more I see them switching back and forth. Please
>> stop that auto-switching behavior and make an arrow at the edge or
>> something.
>> Where do the images come from for "latest articles"? Some look fine,
>> although they are really crowded together, but some are stretched
>> oddly and look awful.
>> Feature tour is cool. However, some of those slides are not only
>> ancient, they look .... diseased. Maybe they have been blown up too
>> much? I've not seen some of that software for many years. I see NO
>> breeze in there.
>> Technology Used section -- the buttons don't line up properly. No
>> matter how I change the size of the browser window, they always line
>> up weirdly. I don't understand why the colored boxes aren't just used
>> as the title? Seems strange to have
>> KDE Software
>> KDE Software, applications that give you power
>> KDE (box)
>> Instead why not have the KDE box as the title of that section.
>> I mostly like the social feed, at least if I stretch the window size
>> large. At the usual size, Kubuntu Wire always overlaps G+ widget in an
>> ugly way. And why a FB button instead of a feed? It hangs over to the
>> right very oddly.
>> Some screenshots:
>> Thanks for your work so far, Subhajit.
>> Valorie


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