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2012/4/27 Alberto Delgado <>

Perfect, i had the same idea not long ago (when i joined) but i
wasn't sure if it was a good idea to post it at the moment.

Your proposal is ok, but, since it's a simple wiki page, it's
quite... designless. I think it should be like an infography,
with significative images explained with cool phrases, so
we make it easy for people to quickly get around.

I agree.

I could work on a proposal of this style, but it would only
be a pencil sketch, or a rough svg, i'd need someone to
actually make it pretty for digital view.

The disadvantage of having your main design page on a wiki is that there's
a limit to the things you can do with graphics.
We'd still want our text to be indexable and organized into a table of
contents, so we're forced to use the default headings and there's nothing
we can do with typography.

That means we're confined to using graphics and tables for decoration. I've
updated my proposal with more color [1]. :)

I think it should have 3 sections.
 -Get involved! : info on how to join our chats and wiki.
 -The circle of work: The whole process of Project>

 -Other stuff: links to pages like the UI guidelines, your
 blog, etc.

I'll start working on a sketch of how it could look like, just
please tell me if it is something that can actually happen.

If it can be implemented in a wiki, then yes, it can happen.

(I think it can, the "Get involved" page could redirect to it)


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