Re: - content, scope, structure

--- Quim Gil <qgil desdeamericaconamor org> wrote:

> El dc 02 de 08 del 2006 a les 15:00 +0100, en/na
> Joachim Noreiko va
> escriure:
> > What should wgo provide to a visitor?
> ... or what wgo wants visitors to provide.  ;)
> First we need to identify the visitors we want to
> satisfy best. Let's
> concentrate on 
> * third party developers
> * public administrations
> * hobbyists
> * GNOME contributors
> (more: )

Ok, that looks like a good list.

> > [1]
> I have to say I'm getting confused with "Joachim's
> rough draft version
> 1" and the rest of sections. Would it be possible to
> have an
> old-fashioned yet clear tree as in the Former
> proposal for New
> Structure ?

Will do.

> If I'm understanding what you suggest, I think you
> are going for a wgo
> with too many pages. I think wgo can be more useful
> concentrating
> information and linking wherever you can find more.

I've been away for a few days and the discussion here
seems to have spiralled out of control -- or at least
beyond my ability to follow it.
I can't do mailing lists. They confuse me.
So I have *no idea* what's been decided, and all I
know is that I'm about 5 days behind the target date
for my task.

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