On 09/20/2012 08:17 AM, Daniel Veillard wrote:
Looks nice indeed !
Seconded, even if the new site makes a better use of today's
screens, the search is currently always hidden until one scrolls down
This sentence gives me an idea about how to possibly incorporate search.
I'll have to play around with it a bit, but I might have something to
show pretty soon.
The vertical spacing between 2 paragraphs or bulleted items looks
tad bit too large to my eye compared to the spacing between lines.
I adjusted the spacing so that the line rhythm was maintained on the
page. It's especially needed on pages like:
(Which is a copy/paste of the wiki text from the official oVirt wiki.)
I will probably tweak the fonts and text a bit further, especially when
we have another reskinned instance of MediaWiki (containing all of the
content from wiki.ovirt.org
) up and running.
The top page and the Download page don't even tell what
is applicable, IMHO that crucial information should be presented to
the user between the time it hits the home page and the time he's told
how to install it on Fedora 17.
That's a great point.
Is it enough to mention "ASL2.0" in the footer and link to a licensing
page, like the current oVirt.org
website does? Or should we say more?
Thanks for the feedback!