[pydotorg-www] project plan
"Martin v. Löwis"
martin at v.loewis.de
Thu Apr 22 23:04:03 CEST 2010
> 1> Download page is confusing. Make it less so. Why isn't there a
> massive "DOWNLOAD HERE" button on the home page?
But there is: Quick Links/Windows installer. Plus there is "download
Python now" in the center of the page.
If you actually want it to be *massive*, I fail to see how you could
provide this in any other way but having a *massive* download button. If
such a button is desirable, I fail to see why it can't be added *now*,
i.e. why we would have to wait many months until the redesigned site
provides such a button.
> 2> Don't see a clear way of filing a bug and the dev documents are
> long/confusing. Giving up. (3 hours ago, coworker)
Please ask him to try again; I added a link in the Core Development menu.
> 3> I don't even see "the community" on the page, how do I know how to
> communicate with the community?! (4 hours ago, coworker)
Can you please find out why the link on the left site called "Community"
was overlooked? I find that *very* puzzling.
> 4> Where's a simple way of finding out how to contribute?
Core Development/Patch Submission.
> 5> Why isn't there a code example on the front page?
Is that also coworker's request? How would that have helped the coworker?
> Do I really need to enumerate all of this?
We are all volunteers, so no. If you want me to understand, then yes.
This list of specific changes already helps to understand (although I'm
still not sure which of these things that somebody - maybe you -
actually wanted to have for himself, and which of them you think people
might want to have, without knowing anybody specifically who said they
What I also don't understand why these trivial changes have to wait for
a revamp of the entire site.
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