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From Shane Curcuru <>
Subject Re: Website update ideas
Date Fri, 18 May 2012 20:52:21 GMT
ACK and ACK.  And depending on the weather this weekend I may add the 
normal headers (Title: / Notice:) found on a.o site pages to all the 
community site pages as well for consistency.

Indeed, short and to the point, but explanatory, and serving as an 
intelligent signpost to the many other canonical sources of information 
about ASF policies and Apache projects.

- Shane

On 2012-05-18 8:46 AM, Daniel Gruno wrote:
> On 05/18/2012 02:17 PM, Ross Gardler wrote:
>> (moved to
>> On 18 May 2012 02:02, Shane Curcuru<>  wrote:
>>> Is there anyone tied to the style or layout here that I might offend? 8-)
> I find it easy enough to navigate, and the colors and so on are nice,
> but my overall feeling is that it's too...spacious, for lack of a better
> word. Style-wise, you could perhaps use a slightly smaller font for the
> headings, as they seem to be way off compared to the actual text.
> Perhaps the links could be incorporated into the headings (or the
> headings could become bullet points), so it becomes even more obvious
> that this and that information is something you should now choose between.
>>> - Broader and more explanatory/welcoming intro section
> I actually like how it's straight and to the point. The introduction
> should say something about "what is this page for, and why should I be
> looking at it", but not a whole lot more. If it becomes too long, then
> people will more likely tend to simply ignore the introduction.
>>> - Better and more frequent mention of this mailing list and other mailing
>>> lists.  We need to make it really easy to draw people into the appropriate
>>> list(s) so they can start the conversation.
> I completely agree. People need to be aware of the mailing list AND the
> community site the minute they decide to contribute to Apache, as
> there's quite a lot of useful information to be found there. On a
> different note, there's a small error on
> wherein the
> mailing list address is written as
> "" (the html should
> probably be removed ;) ).
> And last but perhaps not least, the copyright notice should be updated
> to display 2012 instead of 2011 :)
> With regards,
> Daniel.

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