[Lazarus] [Fwd: Re: Is Lazarus a Delphi plagiat?]

Bart bartjunk64 at gmail.com
Sat Jan 30 17:27:42 CET 2010

On 1/30/10, Marc Weustink <marc at dommelstein.net> wrote:

> >  * What is Lazarus?
>  About lazarus ?
> >  * Where can I documentation (IDE & LCL)?
>  Wiki ?
> >  * Where can I get installation/setup instructions?
> >  * Where can I download it from?
>  Download ?

All those links are in the (tiny) menu on the left side of the page,

I agree with TS that on the opening page, it would make sense to have
a description of what Lazarus is, how to get it, install it and a
getting started topic.
All this can be short text, linking to wiki or documentation andforum indexpage.

All this would IMO best be placed in the central "div", where one
would look for the most important content of the site.
It would make the index page much more appealing to the eye IMHO.
(This would probably also make lazarus website rank better in google?)

The content that is now on the main page (jan. 30th 2010), would not
attract me (it relates to problems with fpc 2.4.0) if I were a newbie,
especially coming from Delphi (and thus being spoiled).

If I were any good at php I'ld offer my help in maintaining/writing,
but I'm only familiar with static html/css.


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