New wgo structure
This page is a draft being discussed in marketing-list.
The wgo structure is designed considering GnomeWeb/WgoScope, GnomeWeb/GnomeSubsites and GnomeWeb/UseCases. Changes in this document imply a revision of GnomeWeb/Navigation and GnomeWeb/LayoutPlanning.
See also GnomeWeb/BetaScreenshots to see the agreed new visual style.
/Get Started - Try GNOME: desktop, applications, development platform.
- Live Demos
- New Developers
- GNOME on Windows
- GNOME on MacOS
/Get Involved - Who can help and why, stressing several types of users and tasks apart from developers-hacking. Where to meet us, online (lists, forums IRC) and offline (local groups, events).
- Spread GNOME - Marketing actions
- Donate - Friends of GNOME and donations interface
- Bring your project - Hosting, bugzilla, GNOME "certification", how to get into the release.
/About - The basics of the GNOME software: mission, desktop, applications, development platform, link to roadmap.
- Software - Descriptions of release sets and the wide world of GNOME software.
- Teams - List of GNOME teams with short descriptions and links to web page and contact info.
- Local Groups - List of GNOME groups with links to web page and contact info.
- Foundation - Overview, advisory board members and link to foundation.gnome.org.
- Press - Press kit, free media files, press contacts (general and by country/language).
Contact - Contacting the Foundation, website feedback + links to support feedback (lists & forums).
There are obvious overlaps between these various areas. We will link to other sections rather than duplicating content.
A Tarball of finished HTML content from the attempt to implement this with Plone. This also includes unfinished content for punted top-level and second-level pages.
These sections do not have finished content or implementation. They can be added later:
Take the Tour - Picking the idea of http://www.gnome.org/tour/C/index.html and revamping it into a brief and visual introduction. This page contains also links to an official screencast/video and other external overviews i.e. Wikipedia or unofficial screenshots tours.
- Sequential subpages of the tour to be defined.
Products - Section generated by the GnomeWeb/GnomeProducts application. This page contains an explanation of desktop components and applications; and explanation of software for users, administrators and developers; an explanation of operative systems supported; the tools to search products.
- [Product X] - Multiple pages generated by the database featuring a product each. The following indexes link to them.
- Applications index - Software for users.
Windows compatible applications index - See GnomeMarketing/GnomeOnWindows
Mac compatible applications index - See GnomeMarketing/GnomeOnWindows
- Sysadmin index - Software for sysadmins
- Developer index - Software for developers
- Desktop index - Index of the desktop components comprehensible to sysadmins and developers.
- Submit your product - Instructions to add your product.
Success Stories - Real life people and projects where GNOME is applied, including professional users, companies, deployments, software developers... This page would include indexes by case type and some featured stories. See GnomeWeb/CaseStudies
- [Use Case X] - Multiple pages of use cases.
- Share your story - Guidelines for submitting a use case
The following GnomeWeb goals aim to produce the material for the sections defined above: