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From "Michael Jumper (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] [Created] (GUACAMOLE-359) Add missing navigation links
Date Fri, 04 Aug 2017 18:02:01 GMT
Michael Jumper created GUACAMOLE-359:

             Summary: Add missing navigation links
                 Key: GUACAMOLE-359
             Project: Guacamole
          Issue Type: Task
            Reporter: Michael Jumper

>From Dave Fisher:

Hello Guacamole,

I volunteered to shepherd your report for the IPMC. It does look like you are near graduation.

I did notice something that you should correct on your website. You don't have good links
back the ASF.

Please see


Specifically, from the link referenced above:


Whatever main navigation system your project website uses, it must feature certain text links
back to key pages on the main website. These links can appear in whatever main
navigation system your site uses on all top level pages for the project or subproject.

* "License" should link to:
* "Sponsorship" or "Donate" should link to:
* "Thanks" should link to:
* "Security" should link to either to a project-specific page detailing how users may securely
report potential vulnerabilities, or to the main page
* All projects must feature some prominent link back to the main ASF homepage at

*Link back to* All project and subproject homepages must include a prominent
link to the main homepage. This may either be a featured link in your
main navigation system, or may be a text link in your Main homepage text. A best practice
is to include a short sentence or paragraph on the homepage noting that this project is an
Apache project, and is part of a larger community of developers and users.

If you have alternate suggestions for the text for links pointing back to the main ASF pages
that better fit with your project's web presence, please let trademarks@ know.

*Including "Thanks" links to third parties* - if your project has typically companies that
donate software licenses or support to project committers, please follow the [Corporate Recognition
Guidelines|]. It is important to ensure any
such pages are presented publicly in a manner that is distinctly different than the formal
Sponsorship program.

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