I’d like us to think about changing the headings/dropdown menus in the top line.
When I put the cursor over ’About’ I see a list of statements and think I have to click on one – how many people ever realise there’s a little blurb explaining who and what we are hidden in there too? So, I’d like to separate ’About’ & ’Statements’.
I also think the menus are generally clumsy – someone with more web-building experience probably understands how to improve this better than I.
Under ’GA’ the ’proposals register’ page isn’t working. Also unclear whether this should be proposals pending or proposals passed. In the blurb about assemblies, it suggests following the GA twitter announcements – do these still happen? If not that should come off.
Under ’People’ the ’Directory’ & ’Activity’ dropdowns seem a bit pointless. As does ’Forums’ because there isn’t one.
’An Occupiers’ Perspective’ is ok and we seem to be putting them on the front page now – which I think is very GOOD as it keeps the front page busy and buzzy and diverse… and means people are more likely to contribute. But this seems to overlap with ’Blog’ which is in the groups section – perhaps we could combine the two and call it ’An Occupiers’ Blog’ or something?
Might be better with the blog. It does get confusing sometimes when it’s supposedly a blog for Occupy, when you can really only do that with one’s own perspective.
Any more ideas about allowing people to comment on the blog posts?
Agree the menu’scould be improved. Happy for the process group to modify the GA menu how the think best.
Regarding the others I think i would like to have a bit more time to think about it and a broader discussion. So if it’s ok, i would put it on the agenda for the next meeting which we said we were planning to have sometime next week online.