KDevelop website (Was Fwd: Sponsoring Kdevelop)

Aleix aleixpol at gmail.com
Sat Jun 7 11:10:01 UTC 2008

On 6/7/08, Amilcar do Carmo Lucas <webmaster at kdevelop.org> wrote:
> On Saturday 07 June 2008 11:40:20 Manuel Breugelmans wrote:
>  > Ok, my opinion on the user-version:
>  >
>  > Still too crowded. To remedy this you could a) Hide the rightmost column
>  > with 'picture-corner', 'downloads-per-hour' etc completly.
> It's only visible in the main page, as soon as the uses selects a subpage it
>  goes away.
Well, we should value the visitor time :P and all the time they spend
looking at the visits per hour is time they are wasting...

>  > This is not
>  > critical information from a user standpoint, and accessible from the left
>  > anyway.
> It's just interesting to see the changelogs and other dynamic information
>  about the project.
>  Some of the info is only accessible from there and not from the left menu.
Is it? I think we should put on the front page only the things the new
user is looking for. If someone wants more information we can provide
it somewhere else.

>  > b) Introduce whitespace left & right such as on www.kde.org,
>  > www.koffice.org etc
> Do not like the idea. It's a question of taste on this one, and unless tons of
>  people ask me to (and patch the .css file) I will not do it.
No, it is not a matter of taste, we are part of KDE and we should
provide the same look&feel as the whole KDE. I don't like these
margins either, but I think that unification is more important than
that. Maybe you can discuss this with them.

>  > c) unify some of the link positions such as sitemap,
>  > contact us with the main kde sites.
> Yes, that can be done and is a good idea. I'll put it on my todo list.
>  Regards,
>  --
>  Amilcar Lucas
>  KDevelop.org webmaster
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