[isf-wifidog] Wifidog.org trend analysis

François Proulx fproulx at edito.qc.ca
Mer 18 Jan 11:01:18 EST 2006

Well... Trac does not prevent us from creating a nice template  
either, but let's face it. Those who will want to install Wifidog are  
UNIX / Linux geeks so they are not afraid of technical mambo jambo.  
That doesn't mean it has to be ugly, it's not "ugly" now, it's just  
plain technical content, that's what we need. Maybe we need to have a  
front page on www.wifidog.org with mind blowing graphics just to keep  
the visitors for a few more seconds ;-) Just look at Ruby On Rails  
homepage it's basically just a front that leads to their Trac (http:// 
dev.rubyonrails.org/wiki). Maybe we should have Benjamin do an uber  
looking home page that links subtly to dev.wifidog.org, where the  
actual Trac would be ;-) So, for us, UNIX geeks we'd know where to  
go ;-)

Besides, I don't know what happened after Benoit moved the CVS -->  
SVN we have lost the blue gradient banner ?!

My 0.131527 Swedish Kronors

On 18-Jan-2006, at 10:33 , Pascal Leclerc wrote:

>> Maybe
>> it would be worth to write a short wiki page including more details
>> about the project... The wifidog "brand recognition" seem to have
>> caught on since almost all the search engines queries are simply
>> "wifidog", thus there is need to write a bit more detail on  
>> Wikipedia.
> It was the idea I talked about with pmwiki (or another). We need
> informations about wifidog without technical stuff, trac wiki is  
> not for
> the common user (those coming from wikipedia might not be  
> developers) but
> for the developers. Nobody will read this page if they are in trac  
> wiki,
> people firstly look at the design and after if an ugly design don't  
> push
> them away, they will read the content (if it's not too hard to  
> understand
> with all technical stuff).
> Mes 0.02 piastre
>   Pascal
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