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From Jürgen Schmidt <>
Subject Re: [WWW]: shared ideas and looking for feedback
Date Fri, 19 Oct 2012 08:34:14 GMT
On 10/19/12 10:26 AM, jan iversen wrote:
> It would be a good idea to have the same structure and then one directory
> with country special you say it makes it easier to maintain, and
> with the extra directory nobody is limited.

And I forgot to mention that I would move all existing content that we
really want preserve in a backup area not directly linked but available.

But new users coming to the page should find a clear page to get
information about the product, the download, documentation and help and
finally and very important how to participate in the project ;-)


> jan
> On 19 October 2012 10:22, Jürgen Schmidt <> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> yesterday I had problems to find a good place for the German translation
>> of the graduation press release. And I thought that it is probably a
>> good idea to cleanup the whole page with a clear and well defined
>> structure. I know that there is work ongoing and that we move already in
>> this direction. But nevertheless I would like to share the things I have
>> in mind to check if it is aligned with the already ongoing work or if it
>> makes sense at all.
>> 1. a clear structure for the English content as well as the translated
>> pages.
>> .../index.hmtl
>> .../de/index.html
>> .../it/index.html
>> ...
>> .../press/msg_20121019.html
>> .../de/press/msg_20121019.html
>> .../it/press/msg_20121019.html
>> ...
>> Means we have for all pages a translated version in the related sub
>> directory. Same path and same name only the content is translated. This
>> makes it easy to find the related translation for any files.
>> We can also use Pootle to do the translation of the web content in the
>> future.
>> 2. we have special news areas where local communities can spread further
>> news relevant to their local activities, e.g. local conferences, events.
>> But in general we have the same content on all pages. Other local
>> community relevant content should be moved in the wiki. The main idea is
>> to have a smaller but cleaner and well structured and organized user
>> portal Community internal things should be move on
>> or the wiki.
>> I know it is not really new and it is probably more to remind myself but
>> I am interested to hear others opinion.
>> Regards
>> Juergen

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