[OWASP-wiki-editors] TODO - Plan of action clean up
jim.manico at owasp.org
Thu Jul 28 23:34:39 UTC 2016
I removed the feed link from the right-hand side of the homepage since
it's no longer active. Thanks for pointing that out.
On 7/28/16 6:22 PM, Torsten Gigler wrote:
> Johanna and Jim, thanks for your analysis and further work.
> I think that there should be content managers or care takers in
> charge of exposed content, links or landing pages that are directly
> accessible from the home page.
> So we should prevent to have historical content on the main page or
> linked directly from there.
> ... News: +1: They need to be new or vanish....
> Am 28.07.2016 um 23:09 schrieb Jim Manico:
>> Got it, thank you. I'll keep you posted.
>> - Jim
>> On 7/28/16 1:33 PM, johanna curiel curiel wrote:
>>> More outdated content that requires review, which is linking from
>>> the Home page:
>>> Press ==>
>>> Section has not been updated since 2014 with fresh press releases
>>> and OWASP events , etc.
>>> Last edit was from 2015
>>> This volunteer page also needs some serious remake, doe snot explain
>>> Language==> English/Spanish
>>> There is not translation on the content so why offer 2 languages?
>>> Not updated since 2013 and very poor content
>>> _*Update to the foundation wiki store:*_
>>> *Main sections linking from the Home page:*
>>> These sections linking from the OWASP home page is quite empty
>>> and incomplete or even deleted.Also seems quite outdated,linking
>>> to some inactive projects:
> As Achim described this are category pages (the links that they
> provide are managed automatically by tagged pages). The categories
> that are exposed to the main page should be selected carefully and the
> pages tagged with this categories should be on a 'positive list'.
> Generally, I'd recommend to use suitable 'landing pages' to link to
> categories that help to find the right content.
> ... my cent
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