From Windows to Linux page, revisited
I have been working a lot on the from Windows to Linux this week. I have just put an entirely re-worked version online.
The main changes are:
- "cleaner" layout with more space, pictures, easier to go through visually
- shorter text - less talking, more direct info
- less links
- modification of some arguments for, neutral with, and against GNU/Linux
I strongly encourage you to have a look through it and bring up any remarks you may have.
This doesn't look like it, but it's actually several days of hard work (after which it's hard to spot mistakes).
I haven't indicated credits and licenses for the pictures yet, this will be done shortly. Sources are OpenClipart, Tango & Human Gnome themes, as well as individual applications' logos. This use of the Firefox logo is not allowed by the Mozilla guidelines, but I hope this still will be acceptable (should I remove it?).
This is the last page which needed significant improvement on GGL.o (every single one of them has been re-worked since last year now). I now plan to work on the homepage (no text change, just the unordered list), as well as giving the site a minor graphical refresh. There are exciting things ahead of us, I expect GGL to become more popular this summer. It'll be much easier for me to work on spreading the site, once I'm really happy with everything in it.
PS. I'll be traveling these coming two weeks (going home to vote) so there may be more silent periods. I'm still working day and night on GGL.