[coreboot] wiki start page
chris at stockwith.co.uk
Wed Mar 11 11:14:43 CET 2009
Carl-Daniel Hailfinger wrote:
> our start page is a miracle of presenting loads of useful info in
> constrained space. That's great for developers and people having time to
> read it all.
> We do not target end users and journalists, though, and I'd like to
> change that. Intimidating them with a truckload of information and links
> is not going to be a successful strategy.
I think this is a wonderful idea, I have been tempted to mention
Coreboot on blogs such as grocklaw.org.
If you do "press release" type announcements, they might get into News
> First draft at a gateway page to direct each class of visitors to the
> appropriate page:
> It's only a draft. It needs real website design. It needs to be outside
> the wiki environment which clutters up the start page. It probably needs
> to be trimmed down as well.
> The link to the page for developers points to the current welcome page.
> That's intentional. The links to the pages for journalists and users
> point nowhere because we don't have any pages suitable for end users or
> What do you think?
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