well, a response that would resolve the query would be one that provides clarity and accountability.
as it is, there are way too many websites (a case i’ve already argued against with no response yet) and worse yet it is unclear who is responsible for them - especially the one in question - cardano.org
because according to @maki.mukai all three organisations are responsible for and run cardano.org ( we’re not gonna even get into the questionable nature of this decision and the amount of bureaucracy, delays / bottlenecks and trust erosion that are resulting from it )
in the beginning the forum was being admined by cardano foundation employees. which naturally would lead one to make the assumption that cardano foundation was the one responsible for cardano.org
so when a while back through yet more unclear ways, it came to light that the cardano foundation website was being redesigned - it’d lend credence to the following assumptions/questions, did that include cardano.org? did the work commence? is it over?
the Community does not know because it has not been communicated let alone communicated clearly. iohk roadmap items are not cardano foundation roadmap items. i’m all for the benefit of the doubt thinking but when it’s to the detriment of the standard of quality i draw the line. i’ve made videos highlighting the shortcomings of the roadmap, and in doing so highlighted the dismal amount of entries of tasks attributed to cardano foundation. if I recall correctly it was one task which I don’t even think was to do with redesigning the website.
it appears that yet again it’s through these hush-hush conversations that are only privy to - for some reason - to some selected few within the community. that happened before (see my profile history of threads created and post responses for references/evidence - usually I would provide them all in great detail but sadly this is becoming less and less worth my time and effort ), and is continue to happen now as @RobJF just illustrated.
so coming back to the thread and its purpose. it’s a community member who has taken the time to find something that they can be able to do better. a contribution that they can make to improving the experience and knowledge for the entire community - but can they make that contribution? no. they instead have to go through this whole process of posting the idea in hopes that it will somehow get picked up and implemented… with the best response being, oh I heard from some guy that something is happening …