[JoPP-Public] Re : Re: Journal Website
athina.k at gmail.com
Sat Mar 10 12:14:50 CET 2012
Hallo from Amsterdam wish you were here I am at the unlike us Facebook conference and it's cool
About layout a clear page with each issue in the usual manner is indeed better
Pass me the slippers
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On 9 Mar 2012, at 11:19, Mathieu ONeil <mathieu.oneil at anu.edu.au> wrote:
> Hi Franco, all
> First, thanks again to Franco for stepping up and helping us. He has done a great job. My concern with the current layout is that people will not get a sense of who has done what until they are on an article page.
> We experimented with the division in three parts - research, debate, reports - on the cspp site and agreed that it was not satisfactory because it gets confusing once you start piling issue upon issue - so a page clearly listing table of contents for each issue (showing for example sections, authors, editors, facilitators etc) following, or closely related to the First Monday model, is pretty important in my view. Alessandro raised this point a few weeks ago as well.
> What do others think?
> @Franco: is there a way to get to this?
> We can discuss this offlist more in detail if people think this is too technical but I thought it important that these design issues are given a public hearing as they tend to be hard to change later.
> Le 03/09/12, Franco Iacomella <franco at p2pfoundation.net> a écrit :
>> El 05/03/12 11:42, Mathieu ONeil escribió:
>> >Hi Franco
>> >I see you have begun to import content into the JoPP site - great, thanks!
>> >Just a quick word to remind you that the "issues" page should be a table
>> >of contents a bit like:
>> I modified the Issues page so it now list all the issues in a similar format. Just the title of each Issue is missing.
>> >... where different issues would then lead to something like:
>> That is already there, we are not using OJS to display the issue content, so it wont look exactly like that. But I think our version is better, includes the TOC and download links for PDF and ePub.
>> >If you can set this up I will start putting content in as well.
>> Well, it's done. However, you don't need to wait to improve the page layouts to start adding content. Issue #0 is almost done, but "Research" section is missing content, so you can start there.
>> Franco Iacomella
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