Layout graphic ideas

Matthew Dillon dillon at
Tue Feb 24 09:37:02 PST 2004

    Well, I definitely perfer having the text there verses not.  It 
    liven's up the site a bit and it really isn't in your face... but
    at the same time we don't want people to be hitting reload a hundred
    times a minute to catch all of them.

    Fortunately there is a solution.  A very simple solution, actually...
    the CGI can just srandom(time() / 30) and then the text will change
    only once every 30 seconds.

					Matthew Dillon 
					<dillon at xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
:On Tue, 24 Feb 2004 01:08:22 -0500
:David Cuthbert <dacut at xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
:> Chris Pressey wrote:
:> > Just to be clear: I don't mind having a slogan [...]
:> Hm; I wouldn't think of these as slogans, per se, but more of a 
:> tongue-in-cheek way of saying that, while the project is serious, we 
:> don't take ourselves *too* seriously.
:Well, consider that, for someone with no prior knowledge of DragonFly,
:coming to the site for the first time, it's only natural for them to
:*treat* that text underneath the main heading as DragonFly's slogan.
:Then maybe they surf to a few other pages, and if they're astute, they
:refine their assessment: DragonFly seemingly has a different slogan for
:every page!  And maybe some of them appear to be apropos at first (for

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