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@JanKusanagi I agree with your first comment, but we must also think about the conclusions drawn by the rest of the world. Rightly or wrongly, if a lot of people think the aesthetics of the site has not received a lot of thought and work, they will conclude that there was no one competent to do so, and therefore there really are not many people behind this site and the concept of free software. To speak of free software to a politician, I showed him the site of APRIL (the largest French association for the defense and promotion of open source software), not the FSF. Because unfortunately for most the only thing they are interested in is how many votes it can bring.