bcm at maz
Jun 15, 2000, 3:06 PM
Post #1 of 4
i agree that we should have separate developer and 'marcomm'
Re: [OT] Re: Web Page designers needed! (fwd)
sites, and that using modperl.org would be preferable.
perhaps we can use the gnome sites (http:/www.gnome.org/)
for organizational inspiration? i especially like how the
most prominent part of the navigation system deals with
helping people perform concrete tasks. and it makes a lot of
sense that the bug system is accessible from the main site,
while bonsai, lxr etc are left to the developer site.
---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Thu, 15 Jun 2000 17:21:40 -0400
From: Robin Berjon <robin [at] knowscape>
To: Drew Taylor <dtaylor [at] vialogix>
Cc: axkit [at] sergeant
Subject: Re: [OT] Re: Web Page designers needed!
At 09:26 15/06/2000 -0400, Drew Taylor wrote:
>I can totally understand both sides, BUT I'd have to say I lean towards
>the "pretty" version. We can always have the long, boring documentation
>in a seperate section of the site. ;-)
I think/hope that that is what will eventually happen.
>And considering that modperl.com is all about the mod_perl book, I'm
>guessing you have some insider acquaitances with the gurus?
Nope, I don't. My mistake, I meant modperl.org which was iirc purchased by
Baiju Thakkar for the purpose of having a proper url (and the ability to
use subdomains). I don't think it's up yet.
-- robin b.
The more you run over a dog, the flatter it gets.