Re: Proposal: Changing the structure of FESCo and Mindshare sub-teams docs

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On 09/04/2018 04:30 PM, Ben Cotton wrote:
> On Mon, Sep 3, 2018 at 10:09 AM Adam Samalik <asamalik@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> It feels like I have to know it's there to be able to discover it... so... I'm proposing a change:
>> 1) Rename the two boxes on the homepage to "Technical sub-teams" and "Mindshare sub-teams". Clicking on them would get you to a page with all the sub-teams listed.
>> 2) Move the pages describing FESCo and Mindshare under Fedora Project.
>> That would make the sub-teams' docs much more discoverable.
>> Any objections? If not, I'll make this change next Monday.
> I think this makes a lot of sense. I might even go as far as changing
> "Mindshare" to... something else. I don't know that "Mindshare" means
> much to people who aren't already deeply involved with Fedora, so a
> more obvious term might be better. "Technical" and "not-technical" are
> what come to mind immediately, but I don't like the implicit
> devaluation of the term "non-technical".
> So don't read the above as an objection, just something for the next iteration.

I agree, moving subteam pages to make them easier to discover sounds
great, and "Mindshare" isn't very descriptive, it makes me think of some
kind of sci-fi hive mind and I don't think we're quite as advanced as a
project. "Non-technical" doesn't sound great, either... how about
"Technical" and "General"? "General" itself isn't very descriptive
either, but I think it becomes clearer when the two terms are displayed
next to each other.

Petr Bokoč (pbokoc)
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