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    The new, commercial site for Spione is now in place, if not entirely finished in terms of details. Check out the new look.

    I'm currently revising most of the text and re-considering the Downloads and Support sections very carefully.

    Best, Ron

    • CommentAuthorGreatWolf
    • CommentTimeOct 10th 2006

    I like the new look. Will it extend to the forum and wiki? If nothing else, the sunflower on the wiki doesn't exactly say "espionage" to me. (he said dryly)

    Are you at the point where you're comfortable with people linking to this site? I know that you still have elements in flux, but are you sufficiently ready for me to post (for example) a link in my personal blog?

    Seth Ben-Ezra

    • CommentAuthorjrs
    • CommentTimeOct 14th 2006

    Interesting text under Support. You may want to consider a different word than "Support"; it is often used on websites to indicate how a visitor can provide financial donations.



    I think it's about time for public awareness, so let the gates be opened ...

    I agree there are still some rough spots, and I'm a little hazy on how "support" got in there at all (it reminds me of jockstraps). As I say, I'm also doping out some stuff about the downloads, most of which are pretty clunky in comparison to the book's current status.



    Whoops, forgot to answer some other questions.

    1. I'd like to get that damn sunflower out of there, but at the moment, am having some trouble administrating the deeper elements of the Wiki. I can edit stuff like any member, but am not authorized to mess with the Big Stuff, like I thought I'd be.

    2. The forum and Wiki will both stay in their current formats; they're built to stay plain if I'm not mistaken. I might try to see if I can liven up the forum a little bit, perhaps give it a background color scheme or something like that.


    • CommentAuthorjrs
    • CommentTimeOct 24th 2006

    Hey Ron,

    The new blue on black links that have appeared in the Support and Book sections are hard to read.



    That's true. I'm messing with the colors, but it's hard to get back into the mindset of old-school HTML. My plan is to have white-underlined links, like in the Actual Play section.

    I've received drafts of almost all the illustrations, and the period maps look fantastic. Once they're corrected for minor stuff, they're going straight onto the site. That should coincide with putting up the things I'm working on today: new rules downloads, new profiles and samples (which are preliminary, as they'll need to be formatted to match the book later), and better information about the book. For instance, I just got my German ISBN numbers.

    I wish I'd told the website designer to create a "news" section. I suppose that'll have to go into The Book part.


    • CommentAuthorjrs
    • CommentTimeOct 25th 2006

    FYI. I can help with "old-school" HTML coding.



    Did it! It wasn't too traumatic. And work proceeds ...


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