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If you have a spare 2 seconds go to up omgubuntu.co.uk and let me know what theme do you see. Is it the "old" one (i.e. the one you'll have since for the last few years) or a new one?
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New and Unity sucks and I'm switching to Barbie Linux!
 
New one is far better. BTW, the authors section is empty. 
 
Thanks folks - still needs a bit more tweaking yet, but it at least means you're seeing the right site! 
 
New. I really like the new design. Congratulations to all the guys involved!
 
+Joey-Elijah Sneddon  Two tipps:

1. The items in the 'Categories' and the share section should be highlighted when mouse over the area of an item and not only when mous over a lable.

Currently the mouse target area has a varying size → bug.

2. The 'news boxes' should have a bit more top and bottom padding to make the site lighter.
 
The new one. Holy crap that looks nice Joey!
 
I see a lovely tile based theme on my mobile. 
 
Seeing the new theme right now. Looks super amazing! Very well done! :D
 
You also fixed the bug on the logo I see.. :P On the old site, it moved  a little bit to the left just after the tilting animation.
 
New theme. Looks nice. Couple of suggestions:

Try putting -webkit-font-smoothing: antialiased; on the <a>'s in the top header to make them clearer, and also make their dropdowns appear on hover for desktops, instead of click.

+1 for the responsiveness though, ace job.
 
I'd like the new design to use the space of widescreens effectively since almost everyone has a widescreen today.
4:3 is so 2006...


Edit: but the style itself is nice ;)
 
This is so for the pagehits, he just wants some ad revenue!
(Also new.)

EDIT: </sarcasm>
 
This took more than two seconds. I demand reparations.
 
+Joey-Elijah Sneddon Definite difference if you apply it to the li a. Top is without -webkit-font-smoothing: antialiased; and bottom is with. http://i.imgur.com/vWEp9.png

I usually apply it to the body, and also all buttons, inputs, textarea, etc. It's a bit of a 'controversial' method - the general consensus is that it's kind of a hack, but it just looks better for light type on a dark background.

Here's an article with some information about the pros and cons: http://www.usabilitypost.com/2012/11/05/stop-fixing-font-smoothing/
 
New theme here.  Chicago, 1700 (UTC -600)
 
Looks awesome from the desktop! Now get to posting new articles for me to read!
 
new one :D looks nice!
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