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From "Eric Pugh" <>
Subject RE: please review: another site drop
Date Wed, 01 Dec 2004 13:35:44 GMT
Looks better, but I agree that the left nav is too long..  It's almost
overwhelming, I am not sure where to look...

So, some suggestions in no specific order:
1) Getting Maven and Getting Started seem like they should be the same
thing?  I can't get started with out getting maven, and if I already have
Maven, I probably don't need the installation instructions.
2) Using Maven and Reference seem like they could be in the same section,
and be collapsed submenus?  Or, maybe just move some things:
	- Sharing Plugins doesn't seem like a reference thing, but more of a Using
Maven thing
	- Uploading to Ibiblio seems like part of "Working with Repositories"..
	- Alternatively, what if a different breakdown:
		Command Line
	and then put each section under there.  Then, expose in the top level the
Plugins/Projects/Repositories/Command Line, but make them each a collapsed
menu that opens..   More of a "topic" oriented organization.

3) I like the Related Projects section, I think it is key.  However, the
Maven Project heading seems to repeat the site..  Could you remove that and
relocate Maven-Plugins under something else?  That would save some space.
4) Move Maven Developers as a submenu of Project Documentation.  Folks who
care about project docs will also care about the stuff under Maven
5) Move news and maven-blogs up..  People like to see that stuff when
evaluating a new project.
Just a couple suggestions, the docs are looking better!


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Brett Porter []
> Sent: Wednesday, December 01, 2004 1:25 PM
> To: Maven Developers List
> Subject: please review: another site drop
> I've dropped an update to
> Please review the documentation if you have a chance. Everything there
> is ready to go and has been refreshed (there are still empty pages
> though, which are in progress, though feel free to volunteer to do one
> if you can work on it immediately :). In other words, I'll take
> nitpicking, grammar, spelling corrections if you have them.
> I am still thinking about how to make the navigation shorter, as I want
> this usable on my 1024x768 laptop. It needs to balance between too much
> information and not enough to get around - so some submenus are probably
> appropriate, but not all of them, and some better titles too. Thoughts?
> Thanks,
> Brett
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