Re: How to manage foundation navigation in gnome.org site
- From: Andreas Nilsson <nisses mail home se>
- To: marketing-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: How to manage foundation navigation in gnome.org site
- Date: Sat, 02 Jul 2011 20:27:41 +0200
On 07/02/2011 05:29 PM, Frederic Muller wrote:
I see w.g.o as everything software related (latest versions,
contribution, technical stuff, developers, components, modules,
conferences / hackfest announcements, etc) while the foundation site
as foundation related (governance, branding, legal, fund raising, case
studies/success stories, partners, etc).
I'm not sure I see the functions you mentioned as separate. We do fund
raising so we can do stuff like hackfests and conferences (and we do
that so we can develop things) and the branding ties into what we end up
calling GNOME. I also don't think we should be afraid to promote things
like success stories on the front page (where it gets more exposure).
I would like to make sure we are promoting the things we feel are
important where we get the most exposure (quarterly reports are a good
example of something that should go in the news on the front page) and
that we spend our limited resources at duplicating as little information
as possible and that the info we have is relevant and up to date.
What I think would be a good way to deal with this navigation wise is
putting the section about Foundation on the about page a bit higher up
(have it switch places with the Collaboration and meritocracy section
maybe) and have that header lead to a big foundation page instead of a
lot of small pages (foundation.gnome.org can also point to this) with
the basic foundation info.
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