I think it can be confusing for new (and old) users to find various locations for sometimes disparate information about a code like enzo. We've done a pretty good job of removing references to the LCA page and all of its old versions of enzo. But now we have http://enzo-project.org and enzo.googlecode.com, which are two separate places that we need to keep up to date (and are currently not in sync with each other). What further complicates issues is that there are virtually no references that I can find about us using bitbucket (only 1 in the dev section), even though it is the main avenue by which we all interact with the code.
It seems to me the only reason we keep up the enzo.googlecode.com website is to provide a location for the "stable" versions of the code to be downloaded (e.g. 2.0, 2.1, 2.2, etc.). It also seems like enzo.googlecode.com was preferred before we had built up the enzo-project.org website (which IMO is much nicer), but now there is so much crosstalk between the two that it seems very confusing (and difficult to keep everything up to date if we must update the docs, and then two websites with relevant information every time we modify something).
So what I'm asking is, can we migrate everything to just sit on the enzo-project.org website (boot camp, tarballs, content); delete the enzo.googlecode.com website; remove all references to enzo.googlecode.com; and continue to do everything through enzo-project.org with a short rope to bitbucket for those who want to get the code?
I may have missed some significant reasons for keeping the googlecode website, so please correct me if I'm wrong, but I think my proposition would streamline our public face a lot for new users.