Le Tue, 26 Nov 2013 18:25:13 +0100,
Sophie <email@example.com> a écrit :
Hi Charles, all
Thanks for your work on this. I didn't have time to review all the
sketches you made, but only the Community for now, so some remarks :)
- isn't Certification to be advertised on the community part?
- I like the way the dev page is presented, will it be the same for
other projects? And also on this page, I'm not sure that the File a
bug part is needed (I would more see Fix a bug ;-) also will you
dedicate a button to coding videos?
- for QA, may be also add a direct link to Moztrap
- for L10n, instead of Website, I would put Check out the other
localization projects and also a direct link to the documentation
concerning the l10n process
- for documentation, may be a link to odfAuthors and to the wiki
- for NLP, I would prefer to see Native-Lang Projects instead of
Native-Lang Sites, it's more "community" :)
- nothing to say about UX :)
- marketing: would it be possible to have a press kit with the good
logo and some links to material for them?
- nothing to say about infra too.
Hope this helps!
I've uploaded the modifications (aside the certification part where
I'll also ask Italo).
The good news is that I found two new sections where the new design can
apply: the QA and the L10N. Please review what's in the community
section and let me know.
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