Re: d-w website
On Sun, 22 May 2005, Meike Reichle wrote:
> Hi all
> As for me I am mainly concerned by the news section which is quite outdated.
> * What I did:
> I copied the news from the two existing d-w weekly newsletters to the main news section and will add more recent ones (DebConf, LinuxTag, ...) as soon as my brain stops hurting from the baz/wml introduction I got today ;) (Thank you beatle, you were most patient!! :)
> * What I think should be done:
> I think it is a bit missleading that the "news" link points to the dwwn and the actual news are only accessible via the d-w logo. Plus, older news are not accessible right now.
> I think it would be better to have three links:
> - "news" which points to the front page which displays the most recent news,
> - "news archive" which either points to a long list of all news or (maybe in the future) to some kind of interface to chose news by date, and thirdly
> - "d-w weeklies" (or whatever) which points to the weekly newsletters.
> * Open question:
> Concerning the dwwn, do we really need them? Or wouldn't it be enough to put official stuff in the news and internal discussions/announcements on the mailing list?
I think the wiki is great to put more or less temporary stuff or things
you are working on (like a tutorial), although this can also be done at
- d-w website
- From: Meike Reichle <firstname.lastname@example.org>