[feedhenry-dev] Improving feedhenry.org

Peter Darrow pdarrow at redhat.com
Thu Nov 24 21:09:24 UTC 2016

Thanks for the background John, I kind of expected that was the case. I
wouldn't really call myself a web designer or marketer, so while I can try
to provide input, I'm not sure it will be the best. I would simply try to
mimic other open source project pages that I think do a good job.

Do we have any designers within Red Hat that would be able to help with
something like this? Just a thought!

On Thu, Nov 24, 2016 at 4:47 PM, John Frizelle <jfrizell at redhat.com> wrote:

> Hi Peter,
> I'd love to see some additions and improvements to feedhenry.org -
> especially with the open sourcing of the Build Farm and MBaaS on the way.
> Up to now, we had been trying to restrict what we talked about to be just
> the current OSS components, but perhaps we should give a broader overview
> of the whole solution and then detail which parts are already OSS (lit up
> links) and which parts are yet to come (greyed out with no links) -- just
> an example of how we might achieve it.
> Please feel free to circulate any ideas / suggestions / concepts or even
> Github branches (the code is hosted here: https://github.com/
> feedhenry/feedhenry.github.com)
> Cheers,
> John.
> --
> John Frizelle
> Platform Architect, Red Hat Mobile
> Consulting Engineering
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> On 24 November 2016 at 20:35, Peter Darrow <pdarrow at redhat.com> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> When I visit http://feedhenry.org/, it's hard for me to tell what the
>> FeedHenry project is or what it can do for me. I'm currently shown a large
>> ad for Raincatcher, and mentions of Mobile SDKs and templates, but there's
>> no high level outline of what FeedHenry does. Below the fold in the
>> "Develop, Deploy, Manage and Monitor" section there are a few sentences
>> that sort of give a summary, but I think we could do a little better.
>> Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't Raincatcher an application built with
>> FeedHenry and not the platform itself? What are your thoughts on creating a
>> more focused landing page with clearly outlined features? One project I've
>> contributed to does a great job of this: http://locust.io/. Are we
>> waiting until the entire platform is open-sourced before highlighting it
>> like this?
>> Cheers,
>> Peter
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