On Tue, Jan 19, 2010 at 09:37:01PM -0800, giovanni_re wrote:
> Hi - thanks for your work on the debian mailing lists.
> I include some notes here about several improvements to the debian
> website, regarding mailing lists. They 1) communicate more quickly the
> _most imortant_ information, & 2) enable people to find the relevant
> information more quickly.
> == 1) Proper intro text
> the introduction text should have a link changed: Keep the text the
> same, but:
> Debian GNU/Linux is developed through distributed development all around
> the world. Therefore, e-mail is the preferred way to discuss various
> items. Much of the conversation between Debian developers and users is
> managed through several mailing lists."
> That is all fine, but the link behind the last words should be to
> Not to "http://foldoc.org/mailing+list", as it is now.
> == 2) Mail lists page should also list all the lists, grouped.
> The page:
> has a great start - the grouping.
> The important thing it is missing is a 2nd section, which would have
> each group section, & a link to the main page of each list, within that
> Ex: for the "users" lists (& do this for each grouping), go to the
> page, & extract all the list links, & put them on the lists.debian.org
> == 3) Better: put that info on all at the bottom of the main page about
> Ie, put onto the page:
> all the info i described in part 2 above for the page:
> That would make a smaller # of pages to click through to find the proper
> list. Ie,
> 1st: Main debain page, with a link to:
> 2nd: The lists page, which has the categorized list of all mailing
> That would be a great, efficient design, help people find lists more
> quickly, & thus help people be more efficient.
> Do you think you could get this done? Any idea the time frame? Thanks
I can't cut it!
Thank you. I thought maybe I was missing something.
(I'm never sure.)
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