Call for Websites for International Mozilla Community Listings on mozilla.org
Wednesday February 11th, 2004
Daniel Wang writes: "I am looking for people to help aggregate international Mozilla sites on mozilla.org's community directory. If you would like to help, please use the template in bug 233387 and send it to me by e-mail. If you would like your site to get listed, this is a good time to do that."
I just noticed that Mozilla (Suite, Firefox, Thunderbird) help sites are no longer listed directly on Mozilla's Support page. IMHO, that's a shame since this is exactly where these sites should be (and used to be) listed.
#2 Re: Not to be picky, but...
Thursday February 12th, 2004 8:32 AM
This is a bit off the topic of the article, but anyway...
I see the point of reorganising - having bits of everything on the first page isn't good - but I think the information is presented in rather the wrong order now as a result.
Currently the support page links to the forums page, and then there is a link to the documentation at the bottom of the forums page.
I think the forums page should just have the user forums (as the name says), and the links to the documentation pages (where there are links to Firefox help, etc) should be moved on the main support index page.
#3 RE: Re: Not to be picky, but...
Thursday February 12th, 2004 9:56 AM
I agree, kind of. Thinking about the end-user, they'd probably try a help site with FAQs first, then the support forums and last (maybe not at all) Newsgroups. I think this should be reflected in the order, but at least the Mozillazine support forums should IMHO also be on the first Support page.
#4 Only 35 links?
by danielwang <email@example.com>
Thursday February 12th, 2004 3:30 PM
fixed. Thx for the comments.
Right now we only have 35 links on user-sites.html . I was expecting more. Please help me prove that Mozilla has /the/ largest browser community