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From Mu Li <>
Subject Re: landing pages for the website
Date Tue, 12 Jun 2018 00:19:41 GMT
Thanks for the proposal, Aaron. The landing page idea is great. I feel we
should group MXNet topics into landing pages, such as Gluon you mentioned,
also performance, and deployment. But I'm less sure if we want to add too
many contents from 3rd party projects into MXNet, otherwise, it may make
the MXnet docs have too many dependencies and hard to maintain. We may just
create an "ecosystem" page to add links to all high-quality 3rd party

On Mon, Jun 11, 2018 at 5:11 PM, Aaron Markham <>

> Hi dev@,
> We've had a lot of great expansions to MXNet's functionality and family of
> tools in recent months. I would like to gauge the temp on what would be
> good to highlight, and what would be good as navigation items with actual
> landing pages.
> For example, when ONNX was added, being in a contrib package, it was going
> to totally buried, so it has a navigation item under Docs and a landing
> page with some usage details. This page could certainly be enhanced, or
> there could also be a landing page for it in the docs folder.
> Gluon needs a new landing page, and could probably be folded into the Docs
> navigation. Why landing pages? We shouldn't have navigation items that take
> you off of the site without warning. Github would be an exception. But for
> books and tutorials suites that are off-deck, I think it would be a good
> habit to describe what it is and indicate where it goes. The tutorials page
> has this notion with little icons now.
> The new Scala infer package will be buried once it rolls off of the new
> highlights section of the home page. Maybe we should have navigation items
> for things like model serving and inference along with landing pages for
> each?
> Then we have a couple of projects outside MXNet, but directly add value,
> and could be highlighted with a landing page to describe what it does, how
> to install it, plus links to the projects and some examples:
> * MXNet Model Server
> * Keras-MXNet
> I'm sure there's more. Let's discuss and promote all these good things.
> Cheers,
> Aaron

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