[p2pu-dev] [p2pu-community] New Wordpress Site for P2PU
vanessa at p2pu.org
Tue Jul 3 10:59:20 UTC 2012
There's been a lot of conversations surrounding usability on the site. I
love these tests and comments--keep them coming.
So I bring up that site structure outlined here *is* a usability issue:
How should this information appear? And in what order?
Input would be, by me, much appreciated. Usable! Information! Yaytime!
On Tue, Jul 3, 2012 at 10:48 AM, Rebecca Kahn <bekka at p2pu.org> wrote:
> Hello good people of P2PU
> Some of you may have already seen Jessy's mail about the daily stand-up
> reports from the Berlin office - and some of you might be wondering what
> all the talk about this mysterious new wordpress site is about. Well,
> wonder no longer...
> We've been talking about finding a better way of creating working spaces
> for our various projects that are supported within p2pu.org for a while.
> Then, when we were discussing how best to communicate to the wider
> community about what we're doing here, it seemed like a good opportunity to
> kill two bloggy birds with one stone, and set up a new wordpress site where
> projects will be able to live. Nifty, huh?
> It's a little rough at the moment - we're working on it furiously here in
> Berlin, and will be making it prettier and adding content over the next few
> If you want to give input on the structure of the site, we've set up an
> etherpad (what else!) http://pad.p2pu.org/p/org-site-structure
> In the meantime, please head over, check out what we're up to, give us
> feedback! And if you're interested in contributing, let us know!
> Yours, from a slightly soggy Berlin
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