Re: initial structure ideas
- From: Ryan Muldoon <rpmuldoon students wisc edu>
- To: Shawn T Amundson <amundson eventloop com>
- Cc: Gnome Web List <gnome-web-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: initial structure ideas
- Date: 21 Nov 2000 23:17:12 +0500
> You do not suggest how we are going to make use of the excellent
> www.gtk.org URL. Do you have any ideas in this area?
Sorry about that - I definitely think that we should make use of www.gtk.org.
It shouldn't end up being a redirect to gtk.gnome.org, as someone else suggested,
though. It would seem to me that www.gtk.org should be designed in a like manner
to the gnome site(s). But only the main page needs to be gtk.org. After looking
over www.gtk.org as it is now, it basically has the following:
1. developer documentation
2. language bindings
4. outdated software map
I think that everything on this list should be integrated with the GNOME content.
As you suggest, if we do this, the anti-gnome sentiment will probably die down
if people are introduced to both development environments at once. You are
definitely correct to want to make good use of www.gtk.org, as I am sure that
a lot of people go to that when they want information on GTK+. So, in summary,
basically what we should do it have it as an alternate starting point to the
gtk/gnome developer documentation, the software map, and then you can maintain
the ftp server separately, as you wanted to. How does this idea sound to you?
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