Hi Michael, *,
On Tue, Feb 15, 2011 at 10:58 AM, Michael Meeks
On Tue, 2011-02-15 at 06:03 +0000, Matt Sturgeon wrote:
Which at the present time, is a very basic and over simplified mockup
by me: http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/File:Features_Fixes_Mockup1.png
Looks fine to me; but you're going to have to fight Silverstripe pretty
hard (I suspect)
Creating a "slideshow" like navigation with previous/next buttons is
pretty easy, and is the latency of the site really a problem? For me
the site is very responsive...
to get that thing loaded such that all the information
is there, quickly to hand as/when someone visits the 'new features' tab.
IMHO the 'easy' option of forcing the user to spend perhaps a minute in
30x one second (best) latencies while clicking on new pages is a
non-starter for me.
IMHO - it would be worth working out what is possible in linear time
with Silverstripe first.
Well - not sure what you mean with "linear time" (or better what the
opposite of that is).
If I understood correctly, you fear that the time between clicking
"next page" and actually being able to read that next page/slide is
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