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From Thorsten Scherler <thors...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Site-author organization
Date Sat, 05 Aug 2006 19:35:12 GMT
El sáb, 05-08-2006 a las 09:03 -0400, Tim Williams escribió:
> I've tried to give this new organization the benefit of the doubt and
> chalk my initial inability to find things up to it just being
> something new.  Now, having lived with it for a while, I still can't
> seem to find things in here.  Most of what I want turns out to be
> under the "Developers" tab.  The three main headings under there use
> the most ambigious words I think:
> 
> "Getting Involved" - Isn't anything under the this tab really about
> getting involved?
> 
> "Resources and Infrastructure" - Resources is way too ambigious to be
> a part of a navigation scheme I think.  Infrastructure also doesn't
> carry much meaning when I think of an open source project.  It turns
> out that likely what most folks are looking for is really under here
> (mailing lists, code access, and issue reporting).
> 
> "Best Practices and Procedures" - Again, I think it doesn't carry
> enough common concrete meaning to be a part of a navigation scheme.
> Do people know what they can expect to find when they click this?

Nupp, it took me ages e.g. to find our docs to "Publishing Forrest
documentation"

> 
> "Project" - This is currently buried under "Getting Involveld".  It
> seems to me that there is some good information that should be given a
> better spot.
> 
> If I'm the only one that feels confused by the current navigation
> scheme I will get over it and eventually get used to it.  If not,
> maybe we could kick around some alternative schemes on the mail list
> to improve it?

I am as well confused. Do you have an alternative in mind?

salu2

> --tim
-- 
thorsten

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