New Main Page
- Improved search
- Small number of hard-coded links to key sections
- Widget for recent page changes
- Widget for most popular pages in last 30 days (or some other short time frame other than the current most popular of all time setting)
This is a proposed new front page for wiki.mozilla.org. The suggestion is a grouped list of high-level links, after the fashion of the internal Mozilla wiki (sadly unavailable for inspection for non-employees).
Here are some straw man categories and links. Each link would have a one-sentence description and an appropriate icon. I'm sure these categories are not complete; feel free to fill out. The only criteria is that the part of the project concerned needs to actually have some content on the wiki!
This may reveal that the wiki has some out-of-date content; it's good if we find that out, because something should be done, but we shouldn't let it hold up this project.
Content Organization (Yahoo Model)
Governance Modules Identity and Mission Roadmaps Meetings Teams Products -- yes, but out of date -- https://wiki.mozilla.org/Products Engineering -- yes, but out of date -- https://wiki.mozilla.org/Engineering Innovation -- none Engagement -- https://wiki.mozilla.org/Engagement Legal and Corporate Affairs -- yes, but out of date -- https://wiki.mozilla.org/Legal Finance and Operations -- none People -- https://wiki.mozilla.org/People Groups Security Quality Assurance Legal People Projects Firefox Firefox Mobile B2G BrowserID Open Web Apps Mozilla Core Thunderbird SeaMonkey ... Web Services and Tools AMO Bugzilla Etherpad Planet Input Socorro Community Events and Calendars Mozilla Spaces Get Involved Reps Affiliates
Widgets (Wikipedia model)
- Links to portals
- Newest content widget
- Featured content (probably too manual for us)
- Add a Most popular widget instead?
Search (Google model)
Fix built-in search and direct people there like http://www.wikipedia.org/