dirk at haun-online.de
Tue Nov 10 15:23:30 EST 2009
(Continuing from <http://www.geeklog.net/forum/viewtopic.php?
showtopic=87955> which I thought was growing off-topic and more suited
for this mailing list)
Since I seem to be perceived as the one holding things up, let me try
- Believe it or not, but I still use Lynx on a regular basis. It
comes in handy that even then I can still change my account settings.
It's sad, though, that I can't change the site settings, as the
enabled in Firefox.
- Accessibility. This is an issue for government sites (508 or
similar local laws) but also affects private and company sites (e.g. the
CEO of the company I work for recently "discovered" that as an issue).
as a result, wouldn't feel comfortable telling people that we're "the
secure CMS" if there's code of which I don't really know whether it's
secure or not.
if we "do it right", that could become a unique selling point for
I guess it comes down to two things: I see an opening here for a
could (help us) answer some of the above questions. Any takers /
suggestions? Doesn't have to be someone from the current team (maybe
bringing in an "outsider" would even be a good thing at this point).
seems to be about the only consensus on that topic so far: We need to
agree on _something_. The last time we discussed this, we ended up with
something like 6 different recommendations from 5 different people.
Looks like everybody would simply suggest the library they're familiar
with. And I guess the ones that are out there and are somewhat popular
aren't really all that different from each other.
So, I'm trying a different approach and go ahead and suggest we use
jQuery. Reasons: Nothing particular, other than that it seems to be
popular and that I like what little I have seen from it.
/me steps down from the soapbox and dons asbestos underwear
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