The release notes page need a link to explicity download the version they are touting. Scenario: - Watching the camino blog rss feed in my reader (NNW) - See a post that Camino 0.8.4 is out and click on the rel note link to find out more - That page is clean, but navigation wise its almost a dead end, so i've gotta go to the home page or back to NNW and the figure out how to actually download it. Somewhere on the page should be a simple download link or a "to get version XXX of Camino" sentance somewhere along the release info.  http://www.caminobrowser.org/community/2005/04/camino-084-released.html
I suppose this brings up another issue, to which I'll post a bug and dependency on soon. Where should the link go? If we put the link in the release notes to the latest download, we'll be changing every release note page on each release. However, if we put the old releases on those pages, there will be links to old release which people will be downloading. So, to remedy this, I say we link to /download/releases/. This would require creating a page however, which is a new bug, soon to be filed.
as to where on page it should go Presuming each release will have a permanently availalable release notes page (judging by the URL ..../084.html that's the case) you could easily just link the version that doc was released for at the top. Either in the header like "Download 0.8.4" or add a line above the first paragraph with a little more copy such as "To download a copy of Camino 0.8.4 go here and do this and pick your language and balance an egg on your nose" And just rewrite that link or that first sentance for each new release doc you post removing the old links / leaving the old links on the old pages
I need to do this by 1.0.
This is fixed.
Yes it is. :)