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From Benjamin Mahler <>
Subject Re: Mesos website refresh process, thoughts, and draft website
Date Tue, 25 Jun 2013 23:31:13 GMT
Looks great, my main comment would be that the color scheme doesn't _quite_
match the logo color scheme.

s/chron/cron on the homepage

It would be nice to keep the research and FAQ around, I'd be fine with it
being part of the documentation.

We should do a poll on the mailing list, and possibly through some other
means to try to gather all of the less prominent users. It's good
information to have regardless.

On Tue, Jun 25, 2013 at 4:17 PM, Dave Lester <>wrote:

> Hi All,
> I've expressed an interest in helping with a website refresh, and wanted to
> break this down via email to get some feedback.
> It'd be great to embrace an iterative process for the website; the site is
> never 'done' and I think there are a number of changes we could make both
> small and large. Shipping smaller changes quickly (especially since
> graduating + more eyeballs) is best, IMHO.
> I've created a new Jira issue where you can track this and leave comments:
> There are a number of changes that I'd like to see to the site, in order
> from "must have" to "nice to have":
>  * Add required links to Mesos website:
>  * Update the website to use new Mesos logo.
>  * Some visual changes to update the overall design of the site, which is a
> bit dated...
>  * Making it easier for people to get started with Mesos by simplifying and
> updating the site navigation to include 'getting started' and 'getting
> involved.' Probably moving research and FAQ to the documentation.
>  * Making it easy to find out who uses Mesos and why by adding a list of
> active users to the homepage with logos. Testimonials could also be a way
> for people understand who is using the project and why.
>  * Revamping of documentation (see
>, a few issues are there
> and I think there is a lot of work that can be done there.
>  * Migrate website to a template system of some kind.
> *DRAFT Site*
> With some help from Chris A, I've created a mockup of a Mesos website
> refresh that I've shared with a few of you already:
> Note several things: some of the links don't work; this was just a flat
> site that was created to illustrate some larger ideas. Feedback, both at a
> high and granular level is appreciated.
> I'd like to see some initial changes made in the next two weeks.
> Best,
> Dave

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