On 16/05/2009, Dag Wieers <dag at centos.org> wrote: > On Fri, 15 May 2009, Phil Schaffner wrote: > > > > How about the links to the mirror network, IRC Chat, Mailing Lists, > > Forums, FAQ, and Commercial support all within 2 lines; Descriptions of > > all the major releases with links to downloads and release notes; > > sponsors; news; ...? > > All of that is inside of the wiki. The FAQ in the wiki is *maintained* and > includes CentOS5 (unlike the website). The Commercial support does not > have any content, I am surprised you even mention it. The website > frontpage is one piece of trash: a lot of the blocks are not updated > (reference CentOS-4). It's more like one big advertising section. ++1 > In fact I am ashamed of the current website as it is now, especially since > it it where most people end up when searching for CentOS :-/ Appalling is my description of the website. Just one example: Click on Information --> The CentOS Team --> Members What is shown ? Out of date information. Click on each name in turn. How many broken links ? How many re-directs to http://www.centos.org/modules/tinycontent/index.php?id=12 ? Alan.