Re: Slightly OT: Comments, ideas, or suggestions for improving websites
Josh King wrote:
>>Josh King wrote:
>>Don't take this the wrong way, but you asked. What is the point of your
>>site existing? What does it achieve that has not already been achieved
>>I like the one-question FAQ:
>>"I want to get more involved with DebCentral, what can I do to help? WHo
>>(sic) do I need to contact?"
>>What an informative resource.
> To answer your first question, please read what I originally posted. I
> think that pretty much clearly defines what I would *like* to do.
I don't understand what you want to do other than run a website and
collaborate with other websites, whatever that means in this instance.
> As for the FAQ comment, I'm really missing your point. The answer is
> pretty clearly stated. For a site thats only been around a short time, how
> many frequently asked questions would you expect? Maybe just make up a few
> and claim they're frequently asked as many do?
Oh. Is the one that is there frequently asked?
> Anyway, the point of this post was to gather ideas and suggestions. Do you
> have any?
Yes. Put your efforts into improving existing infrastructure rather
than reinventing the wheel.
> If you don't like it the way it is, then please give some
> suggestions or ideas to improve it. Jump in and help out, or at least give
> us an example of someplace you would consider to be doing things better.
Given that your site is embryonic, I would consider almost every
well-known debian resource is doing things better. Examples are: