I have always thought that extra "index" page should have been
wrapped into the "landing" page. I think it causes far more problems
than it solves, and would be quite happy to see it go away.
I always tell people to bookmark the index-toc.html page. :-)
> If you go to the P5 Guidelines right now, you'll initially hit this
> from which you can navigate to the online version here:
> This index.html page has links to all the prefatory material, some
> links to other related sites such as the SourceForge repository, and
> "Some Popular Sections", a list of a few chapters in the main
> Guidelines. It also links to the full Table of Contents:
> which is what it says it is.
> I've noticed in workshops that this three-stage entry process
> confuses people, and in particular, the intermediate page with its
> "popular sections" is not very useful. Even more confusingly, if you
> click on the main menu "Guidelines / P5 Guidelines / -Table of
> Contents", you go to a completely different page:
> I'd really like to simplify all this, but before we consider any
> changes I'd like to get a sense of how others feel. Have you also
> found these pages confusing? Would it be a good idea to consolidate
> these entry pages, perhaps down to two?