New Fluid Project site

Jonathan Hung jhung at
Mon Nov 24 15:34:01 UTC 2014

The 404 error is the easiest but the least useful. I would like to see a
proper redirect to an equivalent page but this will require a little
investigation - I can spend a little time today investigating this.

Also confirmed, promote Infusion to its own spot in the navigation.

Thanks Colin.

On Fri, Nov 21, 2014 at 3:41 PM, Colin Clark <colinbdclark at> wrote:

> On Nov 20, 2014, at 8:46 AM, Jonathan Hung <jhung at> wrote:
> 1. I have filed a Jira for the 404 page an redirects (
> Thanks. Any idea when we'll implement this, and which strategy we'll use?
> 2. Do you have any URLs / pages of old Fluid Project website pages that
> you know should be reproduced? We can crawl through the wiki, but it helps
> to know which pages are priority.
> We should probably do a survey of prominently linked URLs, but ideally
> we'd make sure all the old URLs continue to work and redirect to somewhere
> sensible.
> 3. Moving Infusion above the fold would be tricky because this would push
> the 3 coloured project boxes down below the fold, or we would have to
> consider using a sidebar. We have some new design minds at the IDRC, so
> maybe we can figure something out. A separate page for Infusion may make
> sense since it's a "product". What do others think?
> I think it makes a lot of sense to give Infusion its own page and link in
> the overall navigation.
> I can also help to rewrite the "about" page so that it reflects our
> approach to inclusion and and designing for diversity.
> Colin




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