Joined: May 2007
||Posted: June 10 2008,07:54
|Quote (^thehatsrule^ @ June 10 2008,00:32)|
Sorry if this is rude, but I find it a bit hard to see how you don't know how to navigate the front page... since I'd think usually web browsing comes before being a webpage designer, webmaster, etc... unless you were joking on (probably) needing to scroll on the front page.
|cos when i first came to damnsmalllinux.org i didnt know how to get on the forums, or how to download something.|
I'd agree that the site could use some changes. If this does happen, I'd vote on having this done with some kind of task group (though people are always hard to find and coordinate with).
jaapz: since there isn't a lot of dynamic content, I'm not too sure what you mean by backend. Do you mean templates or something?
not rude at all ;)
anyway, its no joke, i really had some probs finding the right links. this may sound strange to you but i heard friends of mine complain about that too, its just that the set-up of the site is not very logical, but when you know how it works its of course easy.
with backend of the site i mean for example (what someone said here before) a part of the site where John and Roberts could login to easily edit some part of texts on 1 particular page they choose to edit, this will for example be easy if roberts quickly wants to edit the latest release-texts on the front page
a taskgroup could be nice, roberts or another admin could then set up a special forum where only that taskgroup can post. also when that taskgroup will be formed, it would be easy to have a IRC-channel, but thats of later concern