Re: Making Debian users more visible
On 07/14/2014 08:31 AM, Laura Arjona wrote:
El 14/07/14 13:16, Silvia Frank escribió:
I agree about the place, but I would call that link "Who's using
Debian?" (the title of the page). "Debian users" looks confusing to me
(if I'm a Debian user looking for help desk, I would probably click
there), and "Debian deployments" also suggests documentation for
sysadmins wanting to deploy Debian IMHO.
Agreed. Perhaps something like "Debian Use" or "Debian Worldwide"? Or
we just provide the actual information for the link content with
"Organizations using Debian" and "People using Debian". I personally
don't think the dates of use or deployment are that important at the
start of showcasing who and where Debian is being used. If needed a
followup to a company or individual can be sent to see if they are still
using Debian. As the section becomes more prominent and new testimonials
arrive those can be dated.
I'm not sure if it's ok to highlight certain deployments just because
they recently sent a mail to us, in any case I wouldn't call it "Fresh
deployments". Maybe "Recent testimonials"? I'm not sure, since they
are not "testimonials", "recomendations"... "Recent submissions" gives
machine-feeling, not human touch. I'm not native English speaker so
I'm afraid I cannot help better on this.
I think testimonials is fine, it is after all people/organizations
testifying about their use of and in use Debian systems.