[p2pu-dev] (provide feedback if needed) finishing footer changes

John Britton public at johndbritton.com
Wed Sep 7 21:13:30 UTC 2011

> * Instead of "some of our supporters" - how about "featured supporters"?
> And
> do rotate in some of the smaller supporters. Maybe adding "people like you"
> or some such would help, too. for Supporters including People Like
> You. This would be a good

Don't rotate supporters on the footer, it should just be Shuttleworth and
Hewlitt. They are the main funders and should be listed on the footer. We
can include a link to "more supporters" or some other similar text but I
don't think we should spend any more time on this issue.

is it just me or it is hard to read the text on those images? will that be a
> problem?

I just posted a reply on the schools branding thread about this same issue,
I agree they are hard to read and to distinguish from each other. I think we
will find a solution that works better visually.

Did we send and email asking for feedback about the font/backgroud
> changes and how it will work with the previously configurable
> backgrounds for schools?

I think the changes have been brought up, but may not have been specifically
targeted to the schools.

Can we start finishing up/merging that part?

We haven't asked yet, but I think we're going to remove configurable
backgrounds for schools in the future and instead create a distinct feeling
for them with professional design help.

contact info:
@johndbritton - http://twitter.com/johndbritton

On Wed, Sep 7, 2011 at 8:29 PM, zuzel.vp <zuzel.vp at gmail.com> wrote:

> >
> > * Retain the 'Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike' text for the
> > link to the license page [done]
> Maybe will change a bit how this was solved.
> --
> Thanks,
>    Zuzel
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