www.mozilla.org/start/ and www.mozilla.org/get-involved.html have nearly identitical content. We should merge the two and redirects /start. This will also take care of bug 247672 (stop redirect). This depends on bug 226063. Gerv, do we use /about/get-involved.html or /get-involved.html ?
> www.mozilla.org/start/ and www.mozilla.org/get-involved.html have nearly > identitical content. We should merge the two and redirects /start. Currently, they happen to have similar content - however, that is not guaranteed to be the case. The get-involved page is for people wanting to get involved. The start page is the default home page for nightly releases of the browser. The two are very different roles, and merging them would be a bad idea. Gerv
Created attachment 151768 [details] start-page redesign > Currently, they happen to have similar content - however, that is not > guaranteed to be the case. Of course, we should consider all possibilities. This is an alternative design to bad UA sniffing. gerv, can we reopen this bug?
Daniel: you need to be more clear about what you want to do. I've read this bug twice now and I still don't quite get it. The current mozilla.org/start/ page is fine - it says all that people downloading nightly builds need to know. Server-side UA-based redirecting for released builds is also fine - see bug 248730. We are not going to stop using it - so you can mark bug 247672 as WONTFIX. Gerv
The mozilla.org/start page is the default page for every build we ship except for final releases. Every build we ship except for final releases is aimed exclusively at testers. Therefore, the mozilla.org/start/ page should be aimed exclusively at testers. Gerv