New Qubes website! New Whonix homepage?

The new Qubes website is looking great. Check it out!

It’s a great inspiration. Whonix’s home page also urgently needs a redesign.

Patrick started developing Whonix, the Anonymous Operating System in 2012, when quickly others joined efforts. He collected experiences working pseudonymous on Whonix for two years, enjoys collaboratively working on privacy preserving software.

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  1. Looks great! (was gonna suggest green to go along with Whonix’s eco-friendly german roots). At the risk of being more pretentious, you could throw in a couple quotes…

  2. Hey guys, I refreshed the website a bit and added some changes. I believe there are some other additions to add, but this is a good start. Feedback appreciated so we can continue with the work :slight_smile:

  3. @Ego Thanks, Applied your changes and this is how it looks like:

    I have done the changes in Photoshop, so not code yet. I can help you with the assets and specifications if you like (I’m not a coder), so feel free to invite me on GitHub (@elioqoshi)

    Let’s finish the visual changes first then we can have a look at the copy & text, okay?

  4. @Ego: We’ve cherry-picked a couple pages out of your repo (they’re live now! :D), but it seems like there are some placeholder / incomplete pages in the repo. Could you look at having the master branch be “complete,” and use a separate branch for doing testing? That would make it easier for us to see that there are important changes we may need to pull down.

    It’s a great landing page, thanks for all your hard work.

  5. Apologies I never cut down the v 0.1 version of the ‘Quick’ Start Guide for you. Been too busy.

    I’ll look over what’s up on the new website page and revisit your feedback when I have a chance. There is value in editing the wiki too in various places.

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