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On 4 Sep 2006, at 11:01, Martijn Faassen wrote:
Tom Von Lahndorff wrote:
o The simple nature of the site means a thinner page is
more appropriate. Most of the content will be text that is easier
to read the less wide the page is. This is not some multi column
news site that has multiple content boxes.
My intent with this layout round was not to create a layout for
just the Zope Foundation site, but for it to work for the Zope site
as a whole (eventually; we'll take this step by step, where the ZF
site is the first step). Some room for content boxes would
therefore be nice, though I expect it wouldn't be used on every page.
I don't know whether that will change anything in your thinking
about the layout, I just wanted to be clear that we're not just
working on the Zope Foundation site here - that's just the first
An alternative would be to have separate designs for Foundation and
the rest of the site. Anyone have opinions on whether this is a
good or bad idea?
I was under the impression that the two were separate and we were
trying to decide on a design for the foundation first, because that
site should be up ASAP. I fear if we try to come up with a design for
both we'll end up in analysis paralysis again.
+1 for a separate foundation site design in the interest of getting
the site *done*. Whether that same design ends up on zope.org as a
whole is a decision we could take later.
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