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The current humanetech.community website was designed to be an archive of all the resources posted to the forum, to be filled in over time. It should reflect all our community activities and efforts of Building the Pyramids of Humane Technology. And also it was planned to be a space for members to (re)publish their humanetech-related blog posts, which we’d subsequently promote in our social media channels.
It did not work out that way. Maintaining the website with these objectives requires a lot of volunteers being actively involved on a continual basis. This didn’t happen and the website languished. The Humanetech Translation Program (HTC) provides a new purpose for the website, and we will design it entirely with this program in mind.
- Offer a multi-lingual website to present deliverables of HTC - translated articles - to an international audience.
- Offer HTC members opportunity to publish their own posts in mulltiple languages (same as before, but extended with HTP).
General characteristics of the site:
- Possibly a magazine style landing page layout that provides intuitive overview and drilldown.
- Categorization and tagging of articles, plus a full-text search function.
- Social sharing buttons so people can share article links to their own social media.
- Attribution facility of original sources/authors, as well as translators.
- Profile page where authors can present themselves in more detail.
- A general section explaining the ins and outs, rationale of humanetech, and introduction of HTC.
- Maybe a blog section about the program itself: results and insights, highlighting volunteers, etc.
Integration with the HTP workflow:
- Documentation section of the Humanetech Translation Progress. Onboarding of new volunteers.
- Ideally capability to start translation workflows from the site, suggest candidates (web forms)
- Navigation and/or integration of the Weblate platform (translate.humanetech.community)
More technical features:
- Zero trackers on the page.
- Follows accessibility (WCAG) guidelines.
See: Poll: Choose your most-liked Theme for HTC Website Redesign. We have selected the Mundana theme:
The following people have volunteered for the project (listed alphabetically).
Note: All volunteers will be attributed for their work on the website itself, and in the Github code repository.
➜ ➜ Add yourself to this list if you want to join
The following forum topics are important in relation to this thread:
- Launching Now: The Humane Technology Translation Program
- Learn How You Can Participate in The Humanetech Translation Program
The following Github repositories are used:
- community-hub: Location of current website code.
- styleguide: Logo’s and image in use for the community.
- humanetech-translation-program: Workspace for HTC improvement.
- humanetech-aware: Code repository for the new website.
Here are some choices regarding the design and implementation of the website. Detailed TODO’s will be recorded in the HTP issue tracker.