Dropping support for Mozilla suite?
martinalderson at gmail.com
Fri Nov 19 16:19:13 UTC 2004
I don't think so.
There is very little chance that a fully featured web site authoring
tool will come out of the OSS community for a while. Dreamweaver is
the standard, and it's quite good.
Same with Fireworks or Illustrator, currently there is no good vector
drawing program that can do web graphics (Fireworks is a big
NVu is horrible IMO, very clunky and terrible usability issues.
I think at this moment in time the best thing to do is point people
towards a good web text editor (ie: support for CSS, HTML and JS
syntax highlighting) and a copy of GIMP.
On Fri, 19 Nov 2004 15:06:07 +0100, Martin Pitt
<martin.pitt at canonical.com> wrote:
> John Levin [2004-11-19 13:24 +0000]:
> > I'd certainly miss Mozilla Composer - would support for Nvu be added to
> > Ubuntu?
> We certainly need a good HTML editor. Personally I know only one (vim,
> sorry folks :-) ), but I think it will not be a problem to hear the
> voice and wishes of the community here.
> > Is there a transcript of the Tuesday meeting online? I'd like to get up
> > to speed on this debate.
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