On Wed, Jan 18, 2012 at 9:04 PM, François Revol <revol@xxxxxxx> wrote: > On 18/01/2012 04:48, Ari Haviv wrote: > >> On Tue, Jan 17, 2012 at 9:42 PM, Justin Stressman<jstressman@xxxxxxxxx** >> >wrote: >> >> >>> >>> Now realistically one doesn't have to black out the site entirely. The >>> page could be changed to link to information about SOPA/PIPA while >>> still offering the rest of the normal Haiku content (somewhat like the >>> front page of the EFF site at the moment). >>> >>> If someone decides they do want to go this latter route and merely add >>> SOPA/PIPA information (a modified theme for Drupal basically) rather >>> than following Reddit and en.Wikipedia's examples, I'd be willing to >>> help, since we're less than 12 hours away from the start of the >>> protest. >>> >>> >>> Yes, that is exactly what I'd like to see. People should know about the >> issue but they shouldn't be deprived of access to what we are about. . >> Instead, they'll see a missing website, shurg their shoulders and move on. >> They will have no problem going to Apple or Facebook.com instead. >> >> > > Doesn't have to be totally black like > http://en.wikipedia.org/ > or > http://pirateparty.org.au/ > > We could for ex change the background color. > > François. > > Whatever you do, it should be done pretty quickly, its kind of a time-sensitive matter. Just a reminder, it would be easy to debate this for awhile and not come to a consensus until its too late.