Re: Make a font book
> Make a font book. That's what you get when you buy %commercial fonts. You look through the font book to see %which one you want. They are organized by serif,
%sans-serif, decorative and symbol. Sometimes you'll see %more categorization.
I uses gfontview (http://gfontview.sourceforge.net/) to generate my Font Books. But it would be neat if you were able to rearange the listing to fit your needs right form the tool....
Re: Spiffy :)
> Okay, I'll probably piss some people off
> with this, and hurt some other people's
> feelings. I apologise in advance.
> OSDN has bough a number of sites and
> then redesigned them, not using the
> original staff and designers. Usually it
> turned out really, really, horribly. In
> fact, I can't think of a single example
> where they didn't ruin the site.
Humm... what sites did OSDN buy? I have worked what was Andover.Net just before VA bought them and I don't remember adding any new sites since then. Some sites like t.o and l.c came over from VA's neck of the woods. Then again I have been wrong before. I'm to busy to think about such things most days...have to make sure my cellphone battery doesn't fall off again... :)
> Until today :) themes.freshmeat.net
> looks good, and I can already tell that
> it'll be great to navigate and use. I
> guess the freshmeat.net code just
> happens to work really well in this
> I'd like to congratulate all the
> people involved in this transition. I
> think it looks great so far, and I'm
> confident that, assuming themes start
> rolling again, it'll just get better
I'm very happy with the direction Freshmeat is heading and OSDN in general. As one of the Sys Admins for OSDN it nice seeing t.o back (aka site being actively developed). Now that its running under the Freshmeat ][ code I'm sure it will continue to be improved.
Your OSDN BOFH,