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Dear sceners,

From now on Hugi will also be released as an online version...
You can read the last issue of Hugi, issue #32 here:

http://www.hugi.scene.org/online/hugi32

Please note that we havent yet ported the magengine to
the online version.. Perhaps this will be done one day.. 8)

Don't wurry, Pouet wont be used anymore for asking your support
so no unnessecary and not so nice comments are needed anymore
in this thread ;-)

Enjoy folks!

Thanks for your attention.

Yours Sincerely,

Magic of Nah-Kolor

added on the 2006-08-20 18:49:15 by magic magic
BB Image
Pic related. No it's not just because the URL contains the world hugi, there's more to it.
added on the 2006-08-20 18:53:20 by nitro2k01 nitro2k01
don't wurry, bie heppie
added on the 2006-08-20 19:05:05 by Maali Maali
I just totally skipped the first message and just checked the replies. I wonder why I bothered to open this thread at all. Or why I bothered to reply.
added on the 2006-08-20 19:07:04 by teel teel
You might want to obfuscate the e-mail addresses of the article authors so that the spambots won't find these.
added on the 2006-08-20 19:09:25 by sparcus sparcus
wow.. is this designed for 800x600? Because it surely looks bad on 1920x1200 with large fonts. You gotta do something about the design for higher resolutiions.
added on the 2006-08-20 19:25:01 by Stelthzje Stelthzje
crap! another round of charts im not in :((
added on the 2006-08-20 19:44:33 by the_Ye-Ti the_Ye-Ti
Stelthz: Well, the diskmag is in 1024x768. Since the graphics have been taken from the diskmag, 1024x768 is also the recommended resolution for the online edition.

A solution might be to open a new window with 1024x768 and display Hugi online there. Do you have a better idea?
added on the 2006-08-20 19:59:52 by Adok Adok
Anybody who wants their email address to be removed from Hugi 32 online, please tell me and I'll do that.
added on the 2006-08-20 20:01:40 by Adok Adok
Quote:

Anybody who wants their email address to be removed from Hugi 32 online, please tell me and I'll do that.


Wrong! You should obfuscate them by default unless people ask you not to do it.
added on the 2006-08-20 20:05:01 by sparcus sparcus
I'm not going to look, I'm going to believe that you're not going to publish my email without asking me first, and that you know damn well that it's beyond reproach to even think about publishing people's private emails without asking them first.
Sparcus: you are EXACTLY right.
adok: just put next issue into net same time you release, so i dont have to use my time to download it, and i can show all stupid articles to everyone else
added on the 2006-08-20 20:11:49 by uns3en_ uns3en_
What about releasing the previous issues as online versions as well?
adok: Yes, do a more flexible design with CSS. Or just dont use fixed size background images.

added on the 2006-08-20 22:04:44 by Stelthzje Stelthzje
It's a good approach to release diskmag also in a web readable version. Thumbs up for hugi and suckings to diskmags that are _not_ doing it.

Oh, also please consider to do these things too:
a) obfuscate e-mails by default
b) release older versions as html also
c) release html version at the same time when the next mag is released
added on the 2006-08-20 22:27:35 by waffle waffle
I guess we're excluded from the suckings then ;-)

http://alive.atari.org/alive.html

Web version of all issues of Alive Mag including the latest one. Mainly of interest to the Atari part of the scene, but anyone is welcome to drop by :-)
added on the 2006-08-20 23:51:38 by CiH CiH
Hey, we did that already in 1997 :-)

Quote:

Read the Insight#2 magazine online at overflow.concepts.nl


Unfortunately not available anymore, I'll see if The Peric (site admin of overflow) still has a copy of that site.
added on the 2006-08-21 02:06:57 by sparcus sparcus
I'll simply remove all email links from the online edition. If you want to contact the author of an article, you'll have to download the diskmag or look for the email address elsewhere.
added on the 2006-08-21 07:26:57 by Adok Adok
By the way, what do you think about the idea of putting all the articles from every demoscene-related diskmag online, on a single dedicated website? With a common indexing system, of course, and perhaps a rating system as well.

I've had this idea for some time. Of course, the site could also collect text from demos (scrolltexts, scenepoetry etc, etc).
viznut: I guess it was Ghandy who started http://diskmag.de/. But _every_ article from every mag looks a bit ... well, unnecessary. At least I and a friend came to that conclusion several years ago.
adok, technical inaccuracy in your editorial. You called asm a scene event.
added on the 2006-08-21 14:03:53 by defbase defbase
fuck! what next? Calling Scene Event an assembly?
added on the 2006-08-21 15:23:29 by kb_ kb_
viznut, i would find that intresting. and yeah, adding every article would make sense in the way that it would works as a library/data base of the old stuff.
added on the 2006-08-21 16:27:42 by nosfe nosfe
yeah, cool idea, viz.
added on the 2006-08-21 16:32:47 by kusma kusma

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