Hi Charles, all,
just for clarification:
Hello Narayan, everyone,
[... 6 months ...]
Until that stage:
1) no discussion about Drupal on this list.
2) no "major overhaul" of the website.
But implementation of UX and Design - I can't determine if this will be
a major or minor overhaul.
What this does not mean: 1) we can't change the way some of the
content is presented on the website. (see the wiki page for this) 2)
we can't improve the website in minor ways. 3) we can't fix bugs.
It is allowed to change the presentation of the website content.
It is allowed to improve the website (whatever "minor ways" mean)
It is allowed to fix bugs.
Yes, there comes a time when the website is "completed" and where
only incremental improvements are needed.
But this goal has not been achieved. Please read Christoph's comments on
Again: LibreOffice is not about a website nor about letting people
satisfy their passion about web design, at least not primarily.
But one if it's goals is to reach people - therefore a good website is
We do not want a website that keeps on changing because people think
their way is better. We (the SC) do not want to reopen yet another
thread about these topics.
The website team had to hold off with their comments until the present
website was ready. This means, that it is *now* exactly the time to
I can't believe that you - and the entire SC - think the website doesn't
need any improvement.
At the moment development is going in the wrong direction (text vs
graphics) - and this must be allowed to discuss.
The level of energy and effort spent on
this topic (the website) is ridiculously high compared to what we
need to to work on.
Right - but I hope this will settle, once the team found it's common way.
We're therefore glad that there are people who
want to help but there comes a point where it's not helpful, because
someone's always pushing, pushing and always pushing. Same thing with
respect to the website confcall: we haven't agreed on working again
on overhauling the website, we haven't agreed on changing the website
team, which for the sake of clarity is composed of the same 4 people
the SC has appointed.
I'm quite sure you don't mean what you wrote: The website team doesn't
consist of 4 people only!
It's a larger group - with the four people as "guides" in their
respective area of interest.
This doesn't mean that their opinions are the only reasonable ones, they
have to follow the expertise from the team (and outside experts) in
certain cases, even if this is not what they would do when they had to
decide on their own.
By the way: The SC decision for the four "leads" doesn't include a
marketing expert - perhaps this could be reconsidered (or we cross-post
our main questions to the marketing list).
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