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From "Dennis E. Hamilton" <>
Subject Review of Web Site Front Page
Date Tue, 06 Jan 2015 16:20:31 GMT

 1. I notice that the problem with the page footer persists.  Is this something others can
work on?

 2. On the home ("Welcome") page, the "Development mailing list" link attempts to immediately
open an email message.  It is better that this be a link to a page that describes the mailing
list, how to post to it, how to subscribe, etc.  Simply sending a mail to the mailing list
is not informative.

 3. Having "Issues" go directly to JIRA will also be surprising to folks who are seeking information
about issues and how to participate with regard to issues (add them, work on them, etc.).

 4. The Wiki link is fine.  There is now much work to be done on the Wiki concerning reformatting
of the migrated pages.

 5. I am conflicted about the Twitter feed being given prominence on the Welcome to Corinthia
page.  It's not any sort of official news from the project and inviting tweets to it doesn't
seem to have any significance.  The 5 followers are all on the PPMC.  (PS, if you leave the
welcome page and come back via browsers "Back" the Twitter control does not reappear.)

-----Original Message-----
From: Dennis E. Hamilton [] 
Sent: Tuesday, December 23, 2014 08:51
Subject: RE: Apache Corinthia website is up and running

[ ... ]

There is one common difficulty on all views.  At the bottom, the Apache incubator material
is too close to the browser frame margins compared to the other portions of the page.  This
is more bothersome on mobile devices because the edge of the frame is the edge of the screen.
 Also, the text that accompanies the Incubator symbol is too small and the interline spacing
is too great.

Great work!

 - Dennis

-----Original Message-----
From: Dorte Fjalland [] 
Sent: Sunday, December 21, 2014 14:34
Subject: Apache Corinthia website is up and running

[ ... ]

Please check out the site on your mobile devises to see how the responsive
design works.

Look forward to hearing from you.

Dorte Fjalland


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