harry_cube at muenchen-mail.de
Wed May 8 15:33:40 UTC 2019
I would have a comment as to the content of the page.
1) As to the second text block “secure and private”:
Yes, I would think that “remote content blocking” is a valuable option.
But I wonder whether “do not track” isn’t rather something that applies
for a browser in the first place. (yes, I know, TB does have browser
functionality; I still can’t think of any occasion where “do not track”
could be of any use for me in Thunderbird);
2) Why should the section about bugs in Thunderbird (“all bugs have been
fixed” – “April fools”) be so prominent on this page? While probably
everybody who knows anything about software is well aware that there is
no such thing as a bug-free software, you will scare away people outside
of that category who will be scared away from such a seemingly buggy
product. IMHO this should definitely be “hidden” in the community section;
Am 08.05.2019 um 07:36 schrieb alex:
> And we got a winner!
> With all the wonderful feedback I got regarding the bright variation,
> I created a mix between the new and old version by keeping the bright
> colors, spending more time in creating slightly more curated
> decorative elements, and improved the pace of the content as well as
> the white space between elements.
> Let's use the logo in the background of the hero area with a wireframe
> effect. The current one is just temporary, I will create a dedicated
> and more refined version that will blend better.
> The rest of the pages will come later next week.
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