Many community members are concerned about usability and transparency issues. I know I've experienced multiple issues locating particular resources on the main python.org website, the blog, and the wiki. Sometimes resources are hard to locate and sometimes they're missing entirely.
The first step toward fixing a bug is describing the bug. Sometimes all it takes to make something more usable is a well-placed navigation link. But knowing who to report usability bugs/suggestions to can be a problem (should you contact the board, staff, a workgroup?).
So there's now a psf-ux mailing list to report PSF-related usability concerns and brainstorm solutions. Here's the link to join the mailing list if you're interested in being part of PSF usability discussions: https://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/psf-ux
Betsy and I are currently on the mailing list and we plan to ensure that there will always be at least one PSF staff member or director on the mailing list to liaison issues and suggestions to the appropriate groups.
If you're interested in helping improve the usability of PSF resources, please join the psf-ux mailing list.
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