Re: A few changes on wgo


I'd like to propose the next change to wgo:

 1.) Add gnomeweb-wml/ (attached)
 2.) In the header:
     a.) delete the 'art & themes' link, and
     b.) add the link to 'community'.

I also like to ask if there's a way to have different right-hand
navigation lists for every main category such as ''About', 'Download',
'Support', etc. Is there a way? 

Thanks in advance. :-)

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<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "";>

  <title>The GNOME community</title>
  <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="/default.css" />
  <link rel="icon" type="image/png" href="/img/logo/foot-16.png" />
  <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8" />
  <meta name="description" content="GNOME Desktop Project official explanation page" />
  <meta name="cvsdate" content="$Date: 2004/08/08 18:32:02 $" />


	<h1>The GNOME Community </h1>
	<p>People around the world join GNOME daily &ndash; inspired by the idea to make 
	software available for everybody: a desktop that is easy to use,
	and a development platform that is stable, reliable, and Free Software.</p>
	<p>We communicate by different means, most of them on the Internet. The 
	following selection enables you to stay up-to-date,
	extend and explore your GNOME experience, find new friends, and 
	have fun in general.</p>
	<h3>News and reviews</h3>

	  <li><a href="";>Footnotes</a> is a news 
		collection resource, featuring announcements of the GNOME
		community, articles written elsewhere about GNOME, and new 
		major software releases.</li>
	  <li><a href="";>The GNOME Journal</a> is an 
		online magazine devoted to everything surrounding the GNOME Desktop. 
		It aims to become that central place where users (and even critics) 
		can come to read about and think about GNOME.</li>
	  <li><a href="";>Planet GNOME</a> is a collection
		of weblogs from GNOME developers and contributors. Find out what they 
		do, how they do, what they care about, and what they are working at.</li>

	<h3>Local User Groups</h3>
	<p>At <a href="";>local 
	GNOME user groups</a> you can find people living near you and talk 
	to them in your local language. Participate in conferences, organise
	local events, share your knowledge, and have fun together!</p>

	<!-- <h3>Events</h3> -->

	<h3>Get More Software</h3>
	<p>GNOME tries to deliver the applications for the daily needs of most 
	people. If you need specialized software, dedicated web sites enable
	you to search or browse extensive <a href="/softwaremap/">listings 
	of software</a> that extends the capabilities of the GNOME desktop.</p>

	<h3>Art &amp; Themes</h3>

	<p>Design is everything &ndash; at least, designers say so. If you like to 
	re-create the visual appearance of GNOME, you find plenty of resources
	at <a href="";>Art &amp; Themes</a>.</p>

	<h3>Show your support</h3>

	<p>Where's the fun using GNOME if others don't know? Buy a 
	<a href="";>GNOME 
	T-Shirt</a> today, and support us! The 
	<a href="";>GNOME Foundation</a>
	will recieve a portion of the proceeds.</p>

	<h3>Join us!</h3>

	<p>The GNOME community rests on dedicated volunteers to further improve
	our desktop and development platform in a number of different ways.
	Whatever your skills, there are lots of places to 
	<a href="/start/helping.html">start contributing</a>.


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