We should think about and decide on the structure of the new KDE.org website.
We already have quite a lot of feedback on all of this in the main task. Having it as a separate subtask should help us focus, as there won't be other random website-related ideas coming in.
TO DO: combine all the notes from the main task and this subtask into one shared document, which will be linked here.
Which sections/subpages/subdomains should we have?
Think about the website from a visitor's perspective. A visitor is not necessarily a KDE user - it can be anyone. What would they like to know about KDE? What is the best way to present this?
When thinking about the amount of subpages/sections, keep the navigation in mind. Too many of those can easily result in clunky navigation, which usually means bad UX.
What should the sections be called? Do we stick with the standard "About Us", "Products", "Community", or should we experiment with different formulas ("Who We Are", "What We Make", "What We Believe In"...)?
There are also other elements of the copy to think about and decide on. Tagline is one of them. Information in the footer is another.
A good idea might be to look closely at the websites of other, similar projects and see how they do it. What can we do better?