kate-editor.org upgrade

Christoph Cullmann christoph at cullmann.io
Mon Aug 5 14:18:05 BST 2019


> I like the minimal design, great work!

thanks to the theme author ;=)

> But I'd put the focus of the front page on the "product presentation" 
> and make
> the blog roll a secondary page just one click away. You have to be 
> realistic,
> most of the visitors are interested in figuring out what Kate is about 
> and
> getting it. Maybe update + streamline the Features page and make it the 
> front
> page instead?
> I'd also make sure that "Get It" are amongst the most prominent links 
> on that
> page, so people who'd like to download the editor (for macOS/Windows) 
> can find
> it right away. Possibily by even duplicating links to the download 
> section on
> the front page, etc. pp..
> Take the KDevelop website as an example for the site layout:
>   https://www.kdevelop.org/
> Just my 2c. :)

Makes sense.

Carl already did pimp the start page to first show some general "this is 

We can improve this further, the feature page will be redone, too,
see https://invent.kde.org/websites/kate-editor-org/merge_requests/2

In any case, now at least all Kate relevant content is safe on KDE 


> Regards,
> Kevin
>> How to use that is now documented in the README.md of the
>> above repository.
>> If I miss to run that, each contributor with a git account can
>> do so.
>> Greetings
>> Christoph

Ignorance is bliss...
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