RFC: Restructure of the front page
trhodes at FreeBSD.org
Tue Dec 2 19:13:23 UTC 2003
On Tue, 02 Dec 2003 10:56:08 -0800
underway at comcast.net (Gary W. Swearingen) wrote:
> Tom Rhodes <trhodes at FreeBSD.org> writes:
> > The key word here is 'mentions', and the idea here is not to just
> > mention, but link to information.
> But that is a BAD idea, IMO, given the information that you propose be
> linked to and where you propose to place the links. The key word was
I proposed to make it easier for people to find information applicable
to thier specific environment.
> "user"; the information is not appropriate for users who are not
> developers. It's worse PR than letting them think that the web site
So you HAVE to be a developer to use Alpha, AMD64, or a Sun UltraSparc?
I strongly disagree with this, in fact I know several people with
Sun machines who are not developers. They use them at work and they
use them at home.
> is incomplete, IMO. It also discourages the writing of something
> appropriate for them.
Would you prefer the 'platforms' information be moved down? I
have other changes I wish to make and I feel that after you
get the 'whole picture' you would agree with them...
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