Alexander Limi wrote:
On Sat, 05 Apr 2008 08:52:07 -0700, Martin Aspeli <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Now we need people to help contribute content, review the content that's
already there and tie up a few loose ends.
You can see current state of play here: http://zode01.lovelysystems.com.
Awesome! It looks great, and is a fantastic starting point.
Some quick feedback from my initial browsing of the site, do with it what
you want. ;)
- Try not to be too clever with the "Taste"/"Get" and other links. People
actually scan for links that are similar from other projects, and having
to interpret/understand them is confusing. I would definitely switch
"Taste" to "Examples", and possibly "Get" to "Download" (as a bonus, you
get a bigger click target ;).
- The list of companies using Zope includes several examples that look
very out of place (i-Gift?), and even some that went bankrupt 7 years ago
(Storm Linux). Try to narrow it down to either global brands that anyone
will recognize (Red Hat, NASA, GE), or — where this is not possible — go
for a market leader in that particular area (plone.org for example lists
Oxfam — while not necessarily known by the average person, everybody in
the non-profit space know who they are).
- The icons for the "Key Features of Zope" look very out of place.
Underwear for standards? Donuts for community? Makes no sense to me, at
- I assume the front page text is still being worked on, but "Zope is an
open source framework for building web applications" is repeated 3 times
on the front page.
All the text is indeed very much draft. I really hope we get a few more
volunteers so that we can get it to be more complete.
Author of `Professional Plone Development`, a book for developers who
want to work with Plone. See http://martinaspeli.net/plone-book
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