[zeromq-dev] New website for zeromq

Brett Viren bv at bnl.gov
Tue Aug 13 19:59:03 CEST 2019

Hi Doron,

It's very bold and modern looking.

Just my 2c feedback as a devoted user:

I think Mongrel2 should be listed under "Used by".

The corporate logos provide nothing useful to me.  I can't learn
anything more about ZeroMQ knowing that there is a particular corporate
stamp on its main page.  A web search with the corporate name + "zeromq"
provides nothing enlightening as to how they use ZeroMQ or what they've
contributed.  As such, it's kind of giving them free advertising.  If
they donate in some manner to ZeroMQ, then maybe moving them to a
"Sponsored by" section would be appropriate?

Or, if there is some perceived benefit to ZeroMQ in simply displaying
corporate user logos, maybe it would make sense to have a "Free Software
users" section for such projects and then under that a "Corporate users"


Doron Somech <somdoron at gmail.com> writes:

> Hi All,
> The new zeromq website is up and running, check it out at:
> https://zeromq.org/
> Github repository:
> https://github.com/zeromq/zeromq.org
> If you want to contribute, some content is still missing, check-out the issues page:
> https://github.com/zeromq/zeromq.org/issues
> Binaries and installation instructions to iOS and Android are missing, so if anyone has
> experiences with those that will be a great contribution.
> More language pages or examples to existing language pages will also be great.
> We also have a new twitter account:
> https://twitter.com/libzmq
> Doron
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