wwwtesting ready for final test drive ;)
jaseone at myrealbox.com
Tue Jan 28 10:48:27 UTC 2003
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I've been thinking do we really need the "Conquer your desktop" blurb at the
top of the home page? It really reads like something that belongs on the
"What is KDE" page and shifts the regularly updated content too far down.
Alternatively we could shorten it to just one paragraph, also I think the
links for Latest Anoucements, Latest News, Latest Applications could be
moved up into the empty space within the blue bar aong with the Inform link
on the left and the search on the right, that will also move up the content.
Thoughts? I haven't done the changes as they are only relatively minor and
wanted to guage people's opinion first.
On Tue, 28 Jan 2003 06:49, Christoph Cullmann wrote:
> now I guess 90% of the original used www.kde.org content is over on
> wwwtesting.kde.org and the design is usable for normal people, too. (yeah,
> it can get some more tweaking, hacking and code cleaning, I know, but it is
> usable ;=).
> There are still some broken links (most in the annoucements dir and in the
> info dir, the other dirs should be quiet "broken-links" free) which needs
> to be fixed, help welcome. Some stuff like the donation show page under
> support/donations.php doesn't work atm, too. (seems to need some server
> side tweaking if it is in place on kde.org).
> What is not in atm: documentation part, but that needs no real changes, as
> using the stuff from the documentation templates I guess, and some dirs
> like the kdeslides, ...., but as they can stay where they are in the www
> modul, think will have no interferences and will be fast relinked with the
> new page.
> Everybody which wants to test, please do so, need feedback on kde-www, but
> be told, feedback alone is nice, help is wanted ;) I have done my best to
> port over the pages and fix links, update some content, review stuff,
> coordinate the work with the designer of the page Sebastian Faubel and
> more, but help is needed for the switch over to kde.org after the public
> review, as I alone will not be able to handle it that clean (most stuff can
> be handled by me, for sure, but there will be some delays, as I have not
> time around the clock to fix found broken stuff).
> But enough, have fun testing the new page, perhaps kde e.V. people, the
> other maintainers of kde.org and the sysadmin/CVS gurus can think about
> when and how to switch the new pages over, after the last issues are
> solved. ;) As we have time enough, it is no need for forcing now a fast
> switch, but please, if you change stuff on the www modul, keep in mind to
> do the same for the kde-www modul in the meantime, don't have the time to
> run around and sync the whole time, at least not for everything (or some "I
> wanna sync" guy can come up) ;)
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