Am 07.11.2013 12:09 schrieb "Daniel A. Rodriguez" <
What about defining sections? As mentioned in another thread, maybe we
could have a main area, with translatable content, surrounded by NL teams
own info and advanced users section.
That's a good point. As most of the nl projects have translations of the
English page only and very little own content, maybe its worth to
reconsider the split from the beginning. As you write a single site with
translated pages (like for example the case for donate.LibreOffice.org)
might be a better was to go.
But then the design needs to take language selection into account.
Of course projects can still have their own domain if needed, or just their
own section on the main domain.
What I Luke the design to do however, is to scale well to different screen
sizes, eg collapse the navigation to a button when viewed on mobile
Also the sublevels need to be addressed. The current site doesn't use deep
nesting, not sure whether that should change.
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