[tor-project] torproject.org content updates and next steps

Pili Guerra pili at torproject.org
Tue Sep 3 10:08:46 UTC 2019

Hi everyone,

There's been a lot of work over the past year (and before!) to migrate the website to lektor, to use a consistent styleguide[1], make it more modular[2] and structured it in a way that it is easier for people to find the underlying content for a page. With the potential move to gitlab, we can also make it easier for more people to submit change requests using the gitlab interface to update this content.

We have been thinking about a good process for keeping our www.torproject.org website content up to date for a while. This is something that we can all own a small part of and we shouldn't have to rely on a single person for updates. We had a session about this in Stockholm[3] and we recently had another meeting to formalise the next steps to delegate ownership and updates for different sections of the websites.

I believe we're now in a good position to start trying this process out for www.torproject.org and using it as a model for other future websites, e.g the upcoming developer portal. I have been reaching out to some of you individually to help us out with this and now I would like your input on which sections need updating and potential owners.

The idea here is that different people can submit change requests to update content on the different website sections and the people in the webwml group, but mainly Community and UX team members, can review and merge these changes. We will also be updating the current webml group members to better reflect those people who are currently involved, so please reach out if you believe you are a member of this group and would like to remain involved.

So, to wrap up :), please take a look at the following table[4] and feel free to update it or email me if there are any sections that need to be added and/or that you'd like to own in future.



[1] https://styleguide.torproject.org/
[2] https://gitweb.torproject.org/project/web/lego
[3] https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/org/meetings/2019Stockholm/Notes/WebsiteMaintenance
[4] https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/org/meetings/2019Stockholm/Notes/WebsiteMaintenance#tpo

Project Manager: Tor Browser, UX and Community teams
pili at torproject dot org
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