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From "Alexey Petrenko" <alexey.a.petre...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [doc][user experience] simple navigation on the web site
Date Sat, 02 Dec 2006 12:29:25 GMT
2006/12/1, Morozova, Nadezhda <nadezhda.morozova@intel.com>:
> Hi,
> Suggested are a few tricks to improve navigation on the website, thanks
> (see answers below).
>
> More responses are welcome. Do you, your relatives or friends have ideas
> on improving our site? I remember Egor asked his Dad to surf and Geir
> had a cool Granny knitting the GC<>JIT sweater...
>
> >* It's ok to keep references at the first page.
> I think we can edit the frontpage slightly to make more important staff
> stand out. I mean, I get lost each time I visit the front page!
Yes, we need to think about Harmony site structure. It seems that we
have a lot of different pages now and intial structure is not
sufficient.

> >* Let's add build instruction to the documentation map.
> You mean links to the instructions, right? Great idea, but I'd rather be
> more radical with it. The current page Documentation is hardly useful.
> What do you think of replacing it with some sort of Site Map with links
> to all sources of resources we have?
I'm not quite sure what is Site Map... Examples?

> >* Let's add build instruction to "Get involved".
> Ok
+1

> >* Let's remove "Source code" section at all or replace it with a
> >reference to ViewSvn.
-1

> I'd not hurry to do that. I like the Source Code page as is because it
> explains different ways of accessing the source code, not just viewsvn.
> However, making the viewsvn link more prominent does make sense to me.
I like current page.

SY, Alexey

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