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FGI getting a facelift

(August 22) FYI: Blake, our fine host at lishost, is working on upgrading the drupal software for the FGI site, but our theme was breaking the upgrade. So just to let everyone know, FGI will be getting a facelift in the coming few days. If anyone’s interested, you can see drupal’s themes and leave a comment if any of them particularly jazz you. I would be very interested to know what our users think the site should look like, what colors/fonts/layouts are preferred? I won’t necessarily choose a theme based on comments, but here’s your chance to let us know how you’d like the FGI site to look and feel. Comment away!!

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