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From Ankur Chauhan <ankurtro...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: New design for Apache Tika website
Date Mon, 15 Oct 2012 10:31:23 GMT
Hi Swapnil,

If i may raise a simple question, what are you trying to solve/improve by the new design?
I am just trying to get an idea of the reasoning behind the new layout and what would it bring
to the table as this would make all the tutorials/guides useless which have steps guiding
people to new places. Also, we may need to setup redirects for different pages to maintain
backwards compatibility with the urls that are already out there.

I like the twitter bootstrap framework's simplicity but at the same time I am also a proponent
of "if it ain't broken, don't fix it".

Ankur Chauhan
ankurtrojan@gmail.com / ankur@malloc64.com

PS: design looks good, its simple but to be frank, bootstrap has been a tad bit overused.

On Oct 14, 2012, at 5:07 PM, Swapnil Kulkarni wrote:

> Hello All,
> This is Swapnil & I recently used Apache Tika for one of my school
> projects. Although existing website was very useful, I thought I could make
> it even better(HTML5). Web development is my hobby and I like experimenting
> with new UI frameworks. I love to design and develop user friendly
> websites. In my free time, I have created these sample pages for Apache
> Tika website using Twitter's Bootstrap (responsive layout).
> Home Page: http://www-scf.usc.edu/~swapnilk/tika/index.html
> Download Page: http://www-scf.usc.edu/~swapnilk/tika/download.html
> Apache Tika website mostly has read-only data. If you like this
> layout/design then I'm more than happy to voluntarily re-develop & maintain
> this website.
> Please let me know your thoughts.
> Thank you,
> +Swapnil
> PS: Please note that this is just a sample prototype hence it may not have
> all data/active links.

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