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This Brainstorming page is inspired by the discussion on the opensuse-marketing List. Please, feel free to add your opinion.

Content

  • Add the full content from each article into the OWN.
Bad idea. That will grow oWN page multiple times, and right now it is quite long. --Rajko_m
  • Introductory note for every article mentioned, so that readers have idea what is article about. --Rajko_m
That is how oWN is laid out right now, so nothing to change. --Rajko_m
  • Top 5 Features of the Week (seen in Ubuntu Weekly News) --Sascha Manns 13:03, 28 March 2010 (UTC)
  • Posts from the Testing Team (seen in Fedora Weekly News) --Sascha Manns 13:03, 28 March 2010 (UTC)
  • Create new "Ambassador" Section, and fill in with special Reports. --Sascha Manns 20:28, 28 March 2010 (UTC)

Layout

  • Read the TOC on the top of the Page. A Test of that is visible in Issue 115. --Sascha Manns 15:09, 25 March 2010 (UTC)
    • Solution: Use inside the Subarticles "====[Link Title]====" instead of ";[Link Title]". So every Issue is visible in the TOC.
Large TOC is bad idea. Using TOC will push real content far below first screen that is loaded when visitor access the page. Usability will go down the drain as user will have to scroll very far before any content can be viewed. In case that one wants to use TOC then no more then 7 sections should be present in article, IMO that is lesser then it is used right now. --Rajko_m
Using section title "==...==" as link is possible, but strongly dicourraged. What is purpose to read section where title suggests another article? In case that reader anyway reads the section, link to another page in the title will force user to go back to the section top, instead to have link for more content right where eyes are focused at that moment. --Rajko_m