Comments on Python Redesign

Aahz aahz at
Sun Sep 7 22:25:14 CEST 2003

In article <3F5B8C51.6462BC38 at>,
Erik Max Francis  <max at> wrote:
>Could someone remind me what need there is for a redesign in the first
>place?  Of all the Python-related efforts that one could put time into,
>this seems like one of the least useful.

AMK's comment is a bit overdone, so here's something more understated:

The current website has a number of navigation, structural, and content
flaws resulting from the fact that it has grown organically for roughly
a decade.  It is also harder to maintain than we'd prefer.  Finally, it
looks a bit dated.

While we are making some progress at removing cruft, most of us involved
in the work agree that a full-scale redesign would be a Good Idea.

Part of the impetus for doing the work is to streamline the site to make
it easier for Python newcomers (and people investigating Python for
themselves or their organizations) to find the information they want or
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