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From "Corston-Oliver, Simon" <corst...@amazon.com>
Subject Re: home page highlights section updates
Date Wed, 06 Jun 2018 19:50:35 GMT
+1

I've been meaning to post a digest of the tutorials, blogs, videos posted during May but a
continually updated feed in a visible place as discussed below would be great

´╗┐On 6/4/18, 9:47 AM, "Lane, Thom" <tholane@amazon.com> wrote:

    Cheers Aaron. My vote would be for something more like Wireframe 2.
    
    Would be great if we could add thumbnail images to these too, to draw more attention and
also make the boxes a little less empty.
    
    As Sandeep already mentioned, connecting to our Medium/Twitter/YouTube streams would be
a great way to get fresh content on the website, but we'd probably want an extra category
for this. One possibility is;
    
    1) News/Announcements (new versions, apis, toolkits, etc)
    2) Social (mostly Twitter, since we tweet about our Medium posts and YouTube videos)
    3) Tutorials and Examples (combined)
    
    On 6/1/18, 2:58 PM, "Aaron Markham" <aaron.s.markham@gmail.com> wrote:
    
        Hi everyone, happy Friday,
        
        I've mocked up a couple of modifications for the highlights on the home
        page.
        The goal is to expose more news, more tutorials, and other interesting
        things people have been working on. If you've contributed something
        interesting and want to highlight it, you should be able to suggest an
        update to the page.
        It would be great to have variety and fresh content on the site.
        
        Here are a couple of ideas with screenshots that shouldn't be to hard to
        implement:
        https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/MXNET/Website+Interface+Updates
        
        You can reply with feedback here or make comments on the wiki! What are
        your thoughts on:
        1) getting fresh content on the site
        2) highlighting contributors and their contributions
        3) flow on changes and what kind of approvals are expected for swapping out
        highlights
        4) UX ideas that are not too challenging to implement or maintain and work
        well with mobile
        
        Cheers,
        Aaron
        
    
    

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