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- Oct 10 2017, 4:03 PM (123 w, 4 d)
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Oct 24 2017
@cedric asked me to look for data that would support in a push to change the current colors and layout of the website. I had already read up on accessibility and readability for another assignment and reached my own conclusions.
Oct 17 2017
I'm going to finish a draft of the skeleton of the EFL install guide and put it up later today for you guys to edit and modify. In the end we should end up with a template for all EFL documents and it will only be a matter of filling in the blanks.
unless @pbrown66 is particularly keen on taking that one on it would probably make sense for me to start there
Oct 16 2017
Yes, the "out of our control" factor bothers me too. Save revising these pages every time a distro pushes out a new version and a user complains that our guides are obsolete, I am not sure what else we can do. And at least you can schedule revisions for distros like Ubuntu that have a regular release schedule, but rolling releases will be especially problematic.
I don't mind picking up the two or three (or four) I am familiar with, namely openSUSE, Ubuntu/Debian, & Fedora. I think I would struggle with Arch, but @ajwillia.ms said he was an Arch user, so there's that.
Oct 13 2017
So you are proposing two prongs instead of three:
Oct 12 2017
I think we are talking about https://www.enlightenment.org/docs, yes? I agree that the current page is very busy, probably too much so. Here are my suggestions to make it much simpler while still routing visitors to where they want to go in a non-confusing way. Note this is an early idea and draft: