[Grok-dev] Official release close, but website is still in beta

Sebastian Ware sebastian at urbantalk.se
Fri Dec 5 11:32:30 EST 2008

If you visit


chances are you won't find


which contains lot's of great stuff. Right now, you have to know what  
you are looking for in order to find it.

The way I see it, all you need to do to integrate the two is to swap  
the banner, and maybe add a link to the tabs. The generated pages  
would be basically the same, but the dynamic website is updated. The  
tricky part I guess would be a unified search.

My main point is really that the two sites are kind of living two  
separate lives.

Mvh Sebastian

5 dec 2008 kl. 17.17 skrev Martijn Faassen:

> Hi there,
> Sebastian Ware wrote:
>> There are currently two websites in the grok project. The generated
>> "Official development documentation" and the "community website".
>> Prior to the release I think they should be merged. A really simple
>> suggestion attached:
>>   http://www.urbantalk.se/grok/grok_4.jpg
>> On a side note, why is Grok-the-caveman looking away from the content
>> on the first page? The symbolism is kind of negative.
> Hm, I'm not sure how easy such a merge would be. The documentation
> website is automatically generated using Sphinx.
> I don't find the the current documentation page too unintegrated  
> myself;
> the most important official documentation assets are clearly indicated
> on the top of the page.
> Regards,
> Martijn
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