On Wed, 2007-05-02 at 22:45 +0100, Jonathan Roberts wrote:
I've gone for it!
A lot of the material I've simply pushed to new pages for now and will
need editing to make them stand alone, but I think I will get to that
It looks good, thanks. At least 5x better than before -- roughly the
amount of content you trimmed and moved as a multiplier :)
What do people think? I personally would like to try and slim down
everything under "Signing up" to make it less *big* (for lack of a
They could be links to more info:
* Get a GPG key ([How?] [Why?])
* Join the mailing list and send a self-introduction ([Where?] [How?]
* Register for a bugzilla account ([Where?] [How?] [Why?])
* Register for a Fedora account ([Where?] [How?] [Why?])
You actually could then push the content either farther down the page or
to a new page. It wouldn't have to be separate pages, either; it can
all be a "Signing Up" page and you use Anchor() to deep link.
Come to think of it ... is "Signing Up" an idiom that is ambiguous or
confusing? Just curious ...
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