[development] New project vocabularies
kathleen at ceardach.com
Thu Feb 12 12:52:31 UTC 2009
I completely agree with Addison's sentiments here.
With many modules being appropriate for all types of sites, we'll end up
with a lot of noise in those categories preventing people from really
finding modules that are specifically appropriate for their type of
website. How about separating the "always applicable" modules from the
I found the tags a bit confusing. I wasn't quite sure what to put. Help
text that is specific to this context would be good, instead of the default
general help for freetagging.
On Thu, Feb 12, 2009 at 7:44 AM, Addison Berry <drupal at rocktreesky.com>wrote:
> Hm, while I get trying to categorize, I just want to point out that a vast
> majority of modules will select very single "Type of site" so I'm not sure
> that list is all that helpful. :-/ Most modules good for an E-learning site
> are probably good for lots of other kinds of sites too.
> Just curious are we going to "maintain" the tags list of just let module
> owners do what they will. I can see people doing weird things like --menus,
> nice, dropdown, CSS, "add1suns modules", "best module evar", "must have" --
> etc. It will say something about the maintainer, dependng what they put so
> I'm not that pressed, but others may get in a froth over it. ;-)
> - Addi (rulAr of teh nIce Menus Universe)
> On Feb 12, 2009, at 6:40 AM, Dries Buytaert wrote:
> Hello all,
>> in participation of the new project pages and navigation as envisioned
>> by Mark Boulton (see  and ), we added two new vocabularies to
>> the project pages on drupal.org.
>> We decided to add these in preparation of the new design so that we'd
>> have enough data by the time we launch the new drupal.org (and so we
>> can do proper performance testing of the Solr integration).
>> If you edit your project(s), you'll see the two new vocabularies that
>> I'm talking about, and how they relate to the designs in  and .
>>  http://drupal.markboultondesign.com/iteration11/download.html
>>  http://drupal.markboultondesign.com/iteration11/modules.html
>> Dries Buytaert :: http://buytaert.net/
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