[Pulp-dev] Issue #6687
daviddavis at redhat.com
Tue May 12 11:27:52 UTC 2020
That sounds like a good plan to me. I'll be interested to see what you come
I filed the issue in the wrong place and should have filed it against the
pulpproject.org github repo. So I'd propose we close it out.
On Mon, May 11, 2020 at 8:15 AM Melanie Corr <mcorr at redhat.com> wrote:
> Hi David, all
> Just want to give my perspective on this issue 
> I acknowledge that docs are an essential resource for Pulp users. As
> someone who wrote tech docs for nine years, I get the importance of
> findable docs. However, one thing that struck me was that the former
> Documentation link on the navbar didn't bring the user to docs, but to a
> page with a set of versioned docs, and from there the user had to click
> for the docs site. On the home page of the docs site, the user would have
> to click a few more times to get to where they wanted to go. As a user,
> especially a new user, that is quite a few clicks.
> When I look at the home page, there are links to Pulp 2 or 3 installation
> docs, which are clearly labeled, and accessible in one click. When you
> click the Plugins heading, you're presented with a list of docs per plugin.
> One click and you're in there too.
> I quite like the focused user paths on the Foreman site . Again there
> is immediate access to docs on the front page, but no 'docs' link. If
> community members do not like that approach, we will need to have a
> discussion about the best way to guide users through our content.
> I would be happy to leave the issue open, or to assign it to me, for a few
> weeks until I put more shape to new pages.
> TL;DR In my opinion, the surviving links on the Pulp site direct users to
> key scenarios in fewer clicks. I am working on building out more content
> with clearer user paths.
> Melanie Corr, RHCE
> Community Manager
> Red Hat <https://www.redhat.com>
> Remote, Ireland
> mcorr at redhat.com
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