[xmonad] Home page redesign
dons at galois.com
Mon Jul 7 13:10:28 EDT 2008
I would LOVE to see a bit more structure. Patches gladly accepted!
I quite like the simple, comprehensive couchdb site,
for structure. Something like that would be great.
A recent blog post about what a good project site should contain,
In summary, we have all the information, now just time to make it more
> So, I've been toying with the idea of redesigning the home page, such
> that everything fits above the fold, and there's a semi-traditional
> right side navbar. (Making the nav bar sections have red borders on hover, how
> I'm not too interested in messing with the colorscheme, partly because I'm no
> good at actual visual design, and partly because I like the whole blast from
> the past thing.
Yeah, its nicely retro :)
> Is this a patch(set) you'd accept (for a sufficient definition of 'you')?
> Furthermore, is there any ego attached to the current html/css coding style?
> I'd like to apply my obsessive whitespace cleanup to it, along the way, and get
> rid of some cruft.
> I'm thinking the left side would have the about and features sections, and the
> right side would consist of this, approximately:
> - Home (What)
> - Google CSE
> - Download (Where)
> - pkgs from different linuxen
> - core
> - contrib
> - install instructions?
> - darcs
> - related tools
> - About (Why)
> - intro tutorial
> - screenshots
> - videos
> - reviews
> - Docs (How)
> - guide through contrib
> - FAQ
> - wiki
> - API docs (starting with andrea's config/extend/develop pages)
> - News (When)
> - from the xmonad team
> - in the press/blogs
> - Community (Who)
> - mailing list
> - irc
> - t-shirts
> - credits
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