The Great revision
Goal: Improve maemo.org
Goal: World peace
“ Everest”, by Andrew Purdham http://flickr.com/photos/apurdam/189844612/
1. Getting to Nepal
Step 1: Who is maemo.org for?
Users looking for software Who is maemo.org for?
Developers looking for tutorials Who is maemo.org for?
Developers looking for reference documentation Who is maemo.org for?
Enthusiasts looking for news and ways to help Who is maemo.org for?
People interested in the future direction Who is maemo.org for?
Users with problems Who is maemo.org for?
People with things to say Who is maemo.org for?
 
Step 2: What content needs changing?
Portal pages  (Intro – thanks Peter!,  Community – thanks Tim!, Development, News, homepage) What content needs  changing?
Official documentation structure  (more searchable, make latest  docs more prominent) What content needs  changing?
General navigation structure  (Cater to core use-cases ruthlessly, find & improve entry points) What content needs  changi...
Update what needs  updating What content needs  changing?
Decide what we can throw out  (old wiki, old docs, ...) What content needs  changing?
Integration of wiki, itT, RSS feeds, ... into site What content needs  changing?
Referencing (see where maemo.org shows up when searching  for “Nokia N810 software downloads” on Google, then try “N810 so...
 
Step 3: What will it look like?
Fewer words What will it look like?
More graphics What will it look like?
Nice  (design work isn't my area :-) ) What will it look like?
Layout + minimal  content + new style What will it look like?
 
Step 4: Putting it all together
Roll-out: December 2008 ???
Thanks!
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  • Maemo.Org revamp

    1. 1. The Great revision
    2. 2. Goal: Improve maemo.org
    3. 3. Goal: World peace
    4. 4. “ Everest”, by Andrew Purdham http://flickr.com/photos/apurdam/189844612/
    5. 5. 1. Getting to Nepal
    6. 6. Step 1: Who is maemo.org for?
    7. 7. Users looking for software Who is maemo.org for?
    8. 8. Developers looking for tutorials Who is maemo.org for?
    9. 9. Developers looking for reference documentation Who is maemo.org for?
    10. 10. Enthusiasts looking for news and ways to help Who is maemo.org for?
    11. 11. People interested in the future direction Who is maemo.org for?
    12. 12. Users with problems Who is maemo.org for?
    13. 13. People with things to say Who is maemo.org for?
    14. 15. Step 2: What content needs changing?
    15. 16. Portal pages (Intro – thanks Peter!, Community – thanks Tim!, Development, News, homepage) What content needs changing?
    16. 17. Official documentation structure (more searchable, make latest docs more prominent) What content needs changing?
    17. 18. General navigation structure (Cater to core use-cases ruthlessly, find & improve entry points) What content needs changing?
    18. 19. Update what needs updating What content needs changing?
    19. 20. Decide what we can throw out (old wiki, old docs, ...) What content needs changing?
    20. 21. Integration of wiki, itT, RSS feeds, ... into site What content needs changing?
    21. 22. Referencing (see where maemo.org shows up when searching for “Nokia N810 software downloads” on Google, then try “N810 software downloads”) What content needs changing?
    22. 24. Step 3: What will it look like?
    23. 25. Fewer words What will it look like?
    24. 26. More graphics What will it look like?
    25. 27. Nice (design work isn't my area :-) ) What will it look like?
    26. 28. Layout + minimal content + new style What will it look like?
    27. 30. Step 4: Putting it all together
    28. 31. Roll-out: December 2008 ???
    29. 32. Thanks!
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