[IPFire Artwork] Blog aka Planet

Michael Tremer michael.tremer at ipfire.org
Wed May 30 12:19:19 BST 2018


Hey Maurice,

thanks again for moving this forward.

On Wed, 2018-05-30 at 00:04 +0200, Maurice Gesswein wrote:
> Hey folks,
> 
> just want to let you know that I'm alive and added WIP (Work In Progress.
> Sven, please don't start with coding yet) Screens of the Blog at Zeplin
> - https://app.zeplin.io/project/58cb0217f2317d48c7a802f2/dashboard?seid=5b0dc8
> 89d80aa1886ae77309

This looks good.

One comment about my first impression: Isn't it a bit dark when the background
isn't white? I don't find it bad or anything, just unexpected.

> I discovered 4 different locations where a blog article appears:
> https://planet.ipfire.org/
> https://planet.ipfire.org/post/ipfire-2-19-core-update-120-is-available-for-te
> sting
> https://www.ipfire.org/news/ipfire-2-19-core-update-118-released
> https://downloads.ipfire.org/release/ipfire-2.19-core120 
> Did I catch them all or are there more?

No, I think that is all.

But I would suggest to remove the new article on the download page. That makes
it very long to scroll and nobody is looking for that content there anyways. We
should rather have a link to the news article and that keeps the page cleaner
and we can make it serve only one purpose: Downloading the right file.

> My goal is to provide only one version of an article which can be used for
> each destination. Which is already almost the case.

Yes, the code that generates the HTML out of the markup just generates one
version. However, this is quite confusing with headline sizes and so on now. It
doesn't fit too well at the moment.

> For the future we should think about merging all those separated subdomains
> into one piece of website with a new navigation structure. I don't think they
> need to be technically merged together. Just one single navigation which can
> handle lots of links should do the trick.

We can get rid of downloads.ipfire.org. The initial purpose of that was to have
some sort of an archive with all historic downloads, but that can as well be
realised on the main page.

I think blog.ipfire.org should be an extra subdomain so people see what
something is about only by looking at the URL.

Is there a reason that I have missed why this should all be merged together?

Best,
-Michael

> 
> Best,
> Maurice


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