kubuntu.org -> wiki: Too many intermediate links, bad website design, Fix would be great. :) ; jor

Clay Weber claydoh at claydoh.com
Fri Sep 24 13:46:45 BST 2010


On Friday, September 24, 2010 12:00:35 am giovanni_re wrote:
> Hi kubuntu.org website developers - thanks for all your great work. :)
> 
> ==
> Here's a test for you to see how difficult the current website is for
> new kubuntu users:
> 
> Find several friends or acquaintances who don't use GNU(Linux) yet, but
> might be interested. (3-4 should be sufficient.)
> 
> Ask them to do you this favor:
> 
> 1) Go to kubuntu.com
> 2) By simply reading the webisite (ie, not doing a search) & clicking on
> links, find the kubuntu.com main wiki page.
> 
> 3) For you, website developer:
> 3a) Time how long it takes them, &
> 3b) count how many web pages they had to open & read.
> 
> Anyone reading this list care to try that & post here the results?
> 
> ==
> KUbuntu website developers:
> 1) Is it on the todo list to make it easier for people to find the
> KUbuntu wiki?
> 2) Any idea when that will be done?
> 
> 
> Thanks :)
> 
> 
> 

This is probably better directed to the kubuntu-devel list, but that is just 
another place for you to cross-post :/

Why would a new user, generally speaking, need to use the kubuntu or ubuntu 
wiki? All the actual support areas are listed in the support page - 
help.ubuntu.com  the correct wiki for that right in the support page. 

(not that there shouldn't be a link to the regular wiki, though)

clay



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