Missing artwork link in OpenBSD site

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Missing artwork link in OpenBSD site

Vinicius Pavanelli Vianna
Hi,

I was looking for the puffy artwork and the Artwork link in the site
directs to the lyrics page not the artworks.

After some google I got the old Artwork pages, like
http://www.openbsd.org/art1.html

Is this ok or something broken?
Is there any official page for official OpenBSD logos to use when
talking about it, the artwork pages have a lot of material, but nothing
stated as an official logo.

Thanks

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Re: Missing artwork link in OpenBSD site

Theo de Raadt
> I was looking for the puffy artwork and the Artwork link in the site
> directs to the lyrics page not the artworks.
>
> After some google I got the old Artwork pages, like
> http://www.openbsd.org/art1.html
>
> Is this ok or something broken?
> Is there any official page for official OpenBSD logos to use when
> talking about it, the artwork pages have a lot of material, but nothing
> stated as an official logo.

The project is over 20 years old.

It is implausible to retain links forever to everything.

It isn't the purpose of the project.

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Re: Missing artwork link in OpenBSD site

ropers
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On 6 July 2016 at 23:04, Vinicius Pavanelli <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I was looking for the puffy artwork and the Artwork link in the site
> directs to the lyrics page not the artworks.
>
> After some google I got the old Artwork pages, like
> http://www.openbsd.org/art1.html
>
> Is this ok or something broken?
> Is there any official page for official OpenBSD logos to use when
> talking about it, the artwork pages have a lot of material, but nothing
> stated as an official logo.
>
> Thanks
>

Ah, you're talking about the link in the left hand column, not the one that
used to be on the main page.
Maybe do this?

--- index.html.orig    2016-07-07 09:31:29.542114510 +0200
+++ index.html    2016-07-07 09:31:05.042497066 +0200
@@ -38,7 +38,7 @@
       &nbsp;<a href="errata59.html">Patches</a><br>
       &nbsp;<a href="report.html">Reporting Problems</a><br>
       &nbsp;<a href="mail.html">Mailing Lists</a><br>
-      &nbsp;<a href="lyrics.html">Artwork</a><br>
+      &nbsp;<a href="art1.html">Artwork</a><br>
       &nbsp;<a href="hackathons.html">Hackathons</a><br>
       &nbsp;<a href="support.html">Commercial Support</a><br>
       <p>

I dunno.

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Re: Missing artwork link in OpenBSD site

lists-2
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On a totally tangential track, still artwork related, from time to time
I want to visit in cvsweb the hackathons page.  In dillo, randomly some
artwork is missing here and there, each time different, please check it:

[http://cvsweb.openbsd.org/cgi-bin/cvsweb/~checkout~/www/hackathons.html]

I do not know whether the web browser hits a configuration limit or the
cvsweb service does not allow concurrency above some threshold.  Thanks.

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Ted Unangst-6
[hidden email] wrote:
> On a totally tangential track, still artwork related, from time to time
> I want to visit in cvsweb the hackathons page.  In dillo, randomly some
> artwork is missing here and there, each time different, please check it:
>
> [http://cvsweb.openbsd.org/cgi-bin/cvsweb/~checkout~/www/hackathons.html]
>
> I do not know whether the web browser hits a configuration limit or the
> cvsweb service does not allow concurrency above some threshold.  Thanks.

cvsweb checkout is probably a poor way to browse the website.

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Re: Missing artwork link in OpenBSD site

lists-2
Fri, 08 Jul 2016 18:54:53 -0400 "Ted Unangst" <[hidden email]>
> cvsweb checkout is probably a poor way to browse the website.

Agreed, only mentioned to confirm it is (not) the browser img libraries.
Because some images (IIRC some PNG's) don't render always OK in "Dillo".