Main Page/2010-redesign

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The following pages have been proposed as redesign suggestions for the Main Page as part of a "contest." Feel free to make your own proposal and add it to this list. Especially feel free to borrow from several of these proposals and synthesize them into something better.

For context, see the thread about this competition, and comment on it on the list server.

Main_Page/2010-redesign-4

  • Intro focuses on Collaborative, not representative and Overcoming divided interests.
  • Lists Basic Principles (transclusion)
  • Quote box on side.
  • Original Transition section
  • By Paul.

Main_Page/2010-redesign-5

  • Intro walks (through sections) from flaws of representation to possibilities of collaboration
  • Lists Basic Principles (transclusion)
  • Quote box on side.
  • Original Transition section
  • By Richard (who back-linked to his version, without Grey box at top)

Main_Page/2010-redesign-6

  • Intro walks (through sections) from flaws of representation to possibilities of collaboration
  • Mission box at top
  • Lists Basic Principles (transclusion)
  • Quote box on side.
  • Shorter Transition section
  • By Ed, with modifications by Owen

Main_Page/2010-redesign-7

  • Very brief: just says what Open Democracy is
  • Abbreviated mission at top
  • By Thomas

Main_Page/2010-redesign-8

  • Very brief intro, stating mission
  • Section about Open Democracy, similar to in #7
  • Quote box on side.
  • Shorter Transition section
  • By Ed, presented as a synthesis of 4, 6 and 7

Main_Page/2010-redesign-9

  • Treats Metagovernment as a mailing list, not as a project.

Main_Page/2010-redesign-marcos

  • Brief
  • Philosophical tone with Manifesto of Rights and Manifesto of Principles
  • By Marcos