[Flac-dev] Re: Website
arc at Xiph.org
Mon Dec 6 11:34:46 PST 2004
On Mon, Dec 06, 2004 at 12:33:19PM -0600, Paul Bryson wrote:
> The second would be for projects that want to maintain their old design.
> This involves the simple addition of a "banner" across the top that
> contains some type of Xiph branding. This would be a lot like what is at
> the top of http://www.speex.org/
I don't want to see us become a monolithic "pod culture". A banner at
the top, as we've done in the past, is thus a good plan IMHO.
I also feel it important to seperate "technical" from "public". I'd
like, ie, ogg.org to be used for a public outreach site, ala mp3.com.
Much like what vorbis.com is being used for now.
I think that vorbis.com/.org, theora.org, etc should be media outlet
sites. Splash and boom, look how awesome it is! This is how you use
it! Wow, look at all this software. ogg.org could be a frontend for
xiph.org should have technical information and project updates. Ala
"Ogg Traffic". The sites you are working on so far look just like that
- information on Xiph, why we do what we do, press outreach, mailing
lists, how to contribute, bugtracker, wiki...
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