Donncha O Caoimh wrote:
>http://cork.linux.ie/cork.php3>> Alright then, comments please.
>> I'm not happy with it the way it is. A guy here at work even compared it
> unfavourably to a "rainy day in cork". I think it's too ordinary myself,
> and lacks a certain "get up and go" to keep a viewer awake and
>> There are 30 people on the list here.. I presume some of you at least
> are interested in the impression we give corporates and non-Linux people
> so please post some comments!
> PS. thanks to those of you who have commented :)
> Cork maillist - Cork at linux.ie>http://www.linux.ie/mailman/listinfo/cork
Yes , I believe you are right , the page looks like something I would
expect from a Chamber of Commerce, The Cork Logo does not do a whole pile
for the look of the page.
I have been a silent lurker for a while on this list so I have a few
Most of the activity on this list seems to be around the design of the web
page , could somebody not make an executive decision
to get something up there so we can start adding content/links and worry
about the look later on (I know easy for me to say :->)
I am interested to see that you are using php. How does this work with
Indigo, Have they given you a dedicated server with (Linux ?) or are they
as standard (unlikely ?)
Any good pointers for a starter on php, the "official" manual is really
geared towards c programmers and has a lot of gaps
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