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On Oct 12, 2010, at 9:19 AM, Per Eriksson wrote:
Benjamin Horst skrev 2010-10-12 04:57:
I think this is a great start. I'm sure we will have more categories and subcategories to add 
over time, but this is the beginning. Will each one of those links point to a "landing page" for 
the section of content, containing more navigation and organization links? (I would suggest 
using "Homepage" or "Home" instead of "First Page", but this is minor.) Over time I'd like to 
divide the main part of the wiki homepage into smaller content blocks and logically organize 
them too, when we get to that point.

Thanks. I have now changed the navigation with these changes. I think that it got a lot better. 
Adding several subcategories, or maybe even a new menu (like fedora has), might be a good idea. 
The idea is that all menu items will land on a separate landing page, with the latest updates 
etc. The Wiki Home also now reads Home ;-)

Maybe in a couple of weeks we can get a decent wiki first page as well, where we really show that 
we are an active community? ;-)

Absolutely! The key for right now is to have an information architecture in mind, and to begin 
filling it with content. We can improve individual pages over time, but it would be much harder to 
reorganize IA later than to do it properly now.


Benjamin Horst
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