I have blogged about this from the official GTK+ blog too, but I wanted to really say personally how happy I am that this is done now. Really great work from Devin Samarin especially with the gtk-doc integration which looks like an extension of the main website instead of a separately maintained project.
If anyone has any comments on how to improve the content, don’t hesitate to get in touch with me, Devin Samarin or Javier Jardón (who also has been helping out on the website side more recently).
After having the old design (which I knocked up quickly when we founded Lanedo) for quite some time, we finally replaced it with something designed and with more useful content!
Recently I set up a new blog for GTK+ to document releases and for people to blog about cool new things in GTK+. So far, there is just Andreas and myself on the blog. So if anyone else wants to be added just let me know your blog email account and I will set it up. If you have been missing the GTK+ project news, don’t forget, it can be see at http://planet.gnome.org/news/, it is not shown on the regular http://planet.gnome.org/.
Andreas has been doing a great job chasing up some final issues on gtk.org, mainly with regards to the language bindings. Andreas has now removed all bindings that have no support for 2.6 and above and all bindings which are supported by GNOME are illustrated nicely too. So, if your language binding isn’t listed there and you know it is supported, please let us know on the gtk-devel list so we can rectify the pages!
I started working on the new design for gtk.org last April and tonight the new pages were uploaded and we now have a spiffing new look which I am really happy with.
I want to thank Andreas Nilsson for helping out with the design and Tim Janik for help with the final touches in getting the pages installed, not to mention everyone who commented.