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Hi Italo,

I feel a need to second your statements ;-)

Am Sonntag, den 21.11.2010, 12:02 +0100 schrieb Italo Vignoli:
We cannot decide where people will navigate, and which information
they will access from which web site. Of course, we will cross
reference the two web sites, but I think that the TDF web site should
be more like a corporate web site (foundation documents, press
releases, developers stuff, etcetera) and LibO web site should be the
product web site (downloads, product backgrounds, etcetera).


Users will navigate according to what they are looking for, most of
the times through search engines but this does not guarantee that they
will follow the patterns we decide (actually, they will never follow
these patterns).

Agreed. And, let's say, that we might not have the chance to develop
such patterns with some non-community users (maybe we do have, but here
we need someone who is experienced with some usability methods like
card-sorting and such stuff). But, I suggested website analytics, so we
can improve the page continuously.

The web site is not intended to please the people who belong to the 
community, but to attract new people (new community members, and new 
software users) and to communicate with stakeholders (individuals and 
companies/organizations interested in dealing with TDF or covering TDF
in the press or in a blog). 

In general, a "+1" for targeting those "external stakeholders".
Nevertheless, I do also think that we can come up with something that
helps to make a link to the work of the community ... but as you already
mentioned, maybe this is already included in your "new community


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