[pydotorg-www] jobs.python.org?

Michael Foord mfoord at python.org
Tue Sep 14 15:31:09 CEST 2010

  On 14/09/2010 16:23, Stephan Deibel wrote:
> Michael Foord wrote:
>>  On 14/09/2010 11:29, skip at pobox.com wrote:
>>>      Fred>  What we ended up with was docs in two different places 
>>> that had to
>>>      Fred>  be updated in two different ways, and was confusing for 
>>> users.
>>>      Fred>  The maintenance pain only got worse when the main 
>>> www.python.org
>>>      Fred>  site was changed to be built in a different way 
>>> (pyramid).  I'm
>>>      Fred>  not sure how much duplication of effort is currently 
>>> required.
>>> That was, of course, not a fault of the name but of incomplete 
>>> conversion to
>>> the new domain as the place to get the core Python documentation.
>>> Personally, I find
>>>      jobs.python.org
>>> easier to remember than
>>>      www.python.org/community/jobs
>> Sure. But is jobs.python.org easier to remember than python.org/jobs ?
>> (Flat is better than nested ;-)
> Isn't jobs.python.org flat and python.org/jobs nested? ;-)  You seem 
> to suggest the other way around and your argument just changed me from 
> "I really don't care" to "hmm, jobs.python.org may indeed be a bit 
> better".
Isn't it just *moving* the nesting? (I was saying that python.org/jobs 
is better than python.org/community/jobs )


> However, this seems such a small point I'm not sure why it's even 
> being discussed.  Either someone should just do it or not...
> - Stephan


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