robert.bradbury at gmail.com
Wed Feb 3 04:56:49 EST 2010
Hello, I know there will be people who think that this may be off-topic for
the list, but I don't know of another list that might be better.
The basic problem is the recent trend by NCBI to insist that browsers must
Now I have a real problem with this. All the databases at NCBI have been
writen over the last 15 or so years to produce basic HTML.. Switching this
will save the list my list of problems I have with Javascrip (it isn't
short)t. I'll simply provide the first one -- It isn't Green.
So I would like to ask if anyone knows why NCBI is heading in this
PubMed and that has me a little upset.
Is there a better source to taking with anyone directly at NCBI about this
than the Help Desk (I usually find them unresponsive). Do they have
something like a Bugzilla bug database or an internal developers mailing
I'm sorry in advance for troubling list members with this but I didn't know
of anwhere else to turn .
1. I'll also note that they could at least leave the old interface active
indefinitely. Google/gmail show that its perfectly possible to write
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