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From "Kevin A. McGrail" <>
Subject Re: Project website design and style guidelines / tips
Date Sun, 03 Dec 2017 16:58:00 GMT
My $0.02 is everyone does there own design but there are a few links and stuff required to
the main site.  See

Also, if you get some people to donate their work on the design or website.  Consider adding
them as commiters.  It's a talent sometimes overlooked by pmcs.

On December 3, 2017 10:21:39 AM EST, Johan Corveleyn <> wrote:
>Some of us in the Subversion community have been talking about
>"refreshing" our website [1]. Overall it's not bad I think, but it
>starts to feel a bit dated. We'd like to update it with a more modern
>L&F, make it more attractive, perhaps shuffle around some bits of
>information to make them more easily discoverable, etc ...
>Before we go reinvent the wheel, I was wondering: does the ASF have
>some guidelines, style guides, templates, tips? I found one recent
>mailthread on dev@community: "Where's the code" [2], but that was
>mainly focused on having a link to the source repositories and
>download links.
>Browsing through some project websites I see quite some diversity. Is
>this: each project does its own thing? Or is there a desire to create
>some consistency and / or take the burden of designing websites away
>from the projects a bit (most of us are nowhere near experienced web
>Any checklists of things to keep in mind?
>Any great examples within the ASF ecosystem?
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