Any ideas for the websites?
imnotb at gmail.com
Wed Oct 25 08:41:58 UTC 2006
On 10/25/06, Jelle de Jong <jelledejong at powercraft.nl> wrote:
> Hi Vincent,
> I took a crack at it. Good work keep working.
> I would change te link when clicking on the image to open a big
We might add screenshots later on, but then I'd have to reboot in the LiveCD
again. For now, I just linked it to the Xubuntu in the Press page. I had
already done so, but apparently Drupal converted all <h2>s and <h3>s to <p>s
and so stripped their IDs.
Also I would add a screenshots menu entry and put a link to a new page
> there and order there all links to different screens pages.
Also the forum is down and there is no link entry on the website.
If I'm correct there should be no trace of a forum now.
The entry for downloads also must be one entry. Linking to one page that
> contains links and explanations to the different download versions and
> try not to open new windows but render it in your "main frame" of the
Also the website must be more user orientated.
> Why would someone come to your website?
> Why should a user use xubuntu?
> What can a user do with xubuntu?
> Were can a user find support?
The reason why someone would come to this website is probably because he'd
heard about Xubuntu or searched for a free OS or something.
On the homepage, the benefits are already listed. We have a Help & Support
As soon as we've put the Desktop Guide there, we should be fine with the
"What can a user do with Xubuntu" point too, I guess.
> Vincent wrote:
> > Now that the new Xubuntu site is up, Adam, Jonathan and me have been
> > adding a few things to it.
> > However, if anyone has any other ideas, please tell, because a great
> > distribution should be represented by a great website, which can't be
> > created without the community ;)
> > --
> > Vincent
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