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SEUL: Re: Reorganization
>But anyway..this is just part of a broader thread that I would like to
>start. We need to rethink how the seul project is presented to the public --
>currently we're doing some pretty neat things, but I don't think it's
>catching the public's attention enough to get us many more workers.
I believe the SEUL home page could be improved to help the above
situation. Until I read Roger's post "SEUL: Re: RedHat and KDE (fwd)",
I didn't realize that several things that are on the home page even
existed. Also much of what's on the home page is about SEUL and
perhaps should be acessed from a tag (I don't know if that is what you
call it) labeled "ABOUT SEUL". The reason is that one only reads it
once or twice. Usually when I go to a web site, I want to find some
particular piece of information and I find it helpful if I can click on
something which I hope will take me there.
>I want to get people together and figure out which projects we should be
>focusing on, how we can divide labor to get stuff done, and most importantly
>how we can attract the right new people -- there are plenty of people
>looking at our website each day, and I'm sure they'd be more psyched to work
>if "their particular project" were being worked on. And either it's being
>worked on somewhere else, in which case we need to be able to know to point
>them to it, or somebody (they) should start it, here.
This is excellent. For almost a year, I have been trying to grasp where
Linux is at. I've just scratched the surface. I've seen various projects in
need of a particular skill. If SEUL could get a handle on this so that people
could come to SEUL to find out where they could do the most good, SEUL
would become known as the place to go. Enough for now.