[Bf-committers] A more different reorganization of the
shaul.kedem at gmail.com
Sun Jul 17 19:09:49 CEST 2005
I agree that we need the communication channels , trackers, links,
etc. and that is part of the plan.
As for the rest of the email, having a division between getting
involved and current work is nice, but it's a different view on the
same information, since if we won't have it in the "getting involved"
part new coders will not have the benefit of knowing what is going on.
I think that the current work should be represented in the getting
involved part, making a whole. something like a "development portal"
On 7/17/05, D.J. Capelis <djcapelisp at yahoo.com> wrote:
> While Shul took the approach of looking at a piece of the new dev portal, this
> is an attempt to look at a more overall view of how it might look like and be
> The header would of course include your main navigational bars for the entire
> blender3d.org so users who accidently find themselves in the development area
> can try and escape without being lured in. This goal should be made as futile
> as possible as the header should probably also include a representation of
> blender's current BCON development status right in the header so anyone who
> does happen to come across the development part of the site will see it and
> investigate further.
> The main business of the development site could be organized into two separate
> sections. "Getting Involved" and "Current Work"
> The first thing under Getting Involved should probably be Shul's Guide to
> Becoming a Blender Developer, but under that we could also have:
> |-IRC Channel & Sunday Meetings
> \-Mailing Lists
> |-Patch Tracker
> |-Feature Tracker
> \-Python Scripts
> |-Projects (projects.blender.org)
> \-Developer Forums
> The Current Work section could be contain:
> |-Bug Tracker
> |-CVS Web
> \-Login to projects.blender.org
> |-Website Maintenance
> |-Public Relations (I don't know if we have this yet, but we probably should)
> \-Sunday Meeting Agenda
> *Other Trees
> These things should also probably go out on the user site somewhere. They used
> to be at blender.org and it probably wasn't quite right for them there...
> 1) User forums
> 2) Graphics Database
> 3) Testimonials/Blender Stories (and a link to submit their own?)
> I'm sure there's more stuff that should go here. There's also probably stuff
> placed in the wrong column. What does everyone else think should go in a
> development portal?
> ~D.J. Capelis~
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