Could we fix the web site

stephane ducasse stephane.ducasse at free.fr
Sat Jan 6 18:16:56 UTC 2007


This is a question of style.
The news can be something else than the first item that we read. But  
ok I will remove all my links to squeak.org. I do not want to get burnt
by that.

Stef


> stephane ducasse wrote:
>> Hi karl
>>
>> my point is about the place of the news on the web site. I think  
>> that we need something that anybody (and certainly someone
>> evaluating me can understand). When people click on my cv on the  
>> squeak web site, it should be great.
>> And the news section should not be the top items. Or I can remove  
>> all the links I have on my sites and cv to squeak.org but this
>> would be sad because imagine a person not knowing anything about  
>> squeak going to the site and reading the first paragraph right now.
> The first paragraph is about the OLPC which has Squeak as part of  
> it's software. I would consider that a very big news item.
> The frontpage got very static and nobody updated it and nobody  
> wants to lead the web team so this was a good solution for us,  
> since a webpage that newer changes is a dead webpage, at least in  
> my book.
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>>>> Stef
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>>> The news feed is from news.squeak.org so if you join the news  
>>> team you will be able to post directly.
>>
>> I do not want. I have nothing against news and I have nothing to say.
> I find that hard to believe ;-)
> Karl
>>
>>> Typos and other standards of posting to the news feed should  
>>> probably be addressed to the news team.
>>> Karl
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