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Re: Prototype for new index page

From: Martin Duerst <duerst@it.aoyama.ac.jp>
Date: Sun, 08 Mar 2009 14:50:00 +0900
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To: "Richard Ishida" <ishida@w3.org>, <public-i18n-core@w3.org>
Using a simple alphabetic list is definitely a good idea at
the volume we have.

Some comments on details:
- Having symbols (especially the colon) as index headers
  might confuse people. Please make sure the entry also
  appears without the leading symbol (e.g. @charset also
  under 'c')
- An entry such as "character escapes" appears under
  'c', but not under 'e'. It would be good if it also did
  appear under 'e'. Do you have any kind of policy for this?

Regards,   Martin.

At 18:59 09/03/06, Richard Ishida wrote:
>As per my action, I have created a prototype (well actually it's a 
>full-working instance, since I just bent the algorithms of the previous 
>index) for a replacement for the topic index.  As mentioned on the call, 
>this is a pure and simple alphabetic index such as you would find at the 
>back of a book. (Some graphics at the top of the page are missing at this 
>location, but otherwise it should work up to the point where you click to 
>go to an actual document.)
>(Compare with the current http://www.w3.org/International/resource-index)
>Anyone got any issues with that?
>Note that a side effect of this new approach is that it is much easier to 
>index new documents.
>If no objections are raised, I'll make it live in place of the current 
>Topic Index around the middle of next week.
>Note that I have rearranged the main site navigation links.  Currently the 
>list is:
>Home  About  Groups  Topics  Techniques  Resources  News   
>I propose to change this to
>Home  Resources  Techniques  Index  News  About  Groups   
>throughout the site.  I think this makes the site look less 
>organisation-centric, and more like a place to find resources.
>I will implement that at the same time as the new index, if there are no 
>Richard Ishida
>Internationalization Lead
>W3C (World Wide Web Consortium)

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