+Discussion about a structure for the Mercurial Website.
+== First step: The needs of visitors ==
+=== First time visitors ===
+''Imagine I'm a first time visitor of the website. How did I hear of Mercurial?''
+ * ''"I read an article or a blog post about it"''
+ * ''"I read a 'which VCS' discussion"''
+ * ''"I just read the word in a chat"''
+ * ''"A friend told me about Mercurial"''
+The last two users will want a basic overview 'what Mercurial is', before they
+download. All will want a basic description how to use Mercurial - maybe after they
+Windows and MacOSX Users will want a Download-Link, as well as GNU/Linux users whose
+distribution doesn't offer the most recent Mercurial version.
+Windows Users should directly see a link to TortoiseHG.
+<ArneBab> I just had a look on the git-scm.com site
+<ArneBab> They seem to get that quite well, but they miss information for extending
+git (maybe they don't want it).
+Their idea of having a guide for designers and one for coders is great! (two target
+groups with entirely different needs).
+Also the question ''What can I gain by using Mercurial?'' needs to be answered
+=== People who want to learn more about Mercurial ===
+ 1. Returning visitors. ''"What changed since my last visit?"''
+ 2. Developers who want to try out workflows. ''"What else can I do with it?"''
+ 3. People who want to understand Mercurial. ''"How does it work internally?"''
+ 4. People who want to adapt Mercurial to their workflow. ''"How can I make Mercurial
+ 5. People who want to contribute. ''"How can I help improve Mercurial with the
+skills I have?"'' or ''"How can I help Mercurial most efficiently - what should I go
+ 6. People who have a specific need. ''"How can I find exactly this?"''
+Group 5 needs a quick link to the most relevant extensions.
+A specific need of group 6 could be ''"I heard about extension XY, where is it?"'' A
+FAQ should be a good starting point, as well as the search function and maybe a short
+list of very frequently asked questions.
+=== People who are currently coding on Mercurial ===
+''They give additional momentum for the actual development''
+ * ''"Where and how can I tell others of my changes?"''
+ * ''"How can I send patches - how should I do them and how are their chances for
+''You always need a section like this :) ''
+ * dsop: It's probably out of scope for this discussion, but I keep thinking it'd be
+nice if there was some sort of "I'm using this" voting for extensions.
+ * ArneBab: Another point for the Website: "Testimonials" (what people like about
+Mercurial). It would be great to find the reasons why the different projects chose
+Mercurial, and get them on the site.
+ * Which target group consists of multiplicators who will pass Mercurial along? -
+that's something Git got somehow right: Integrators switch, then they push their devs
+to switch and those push users to switch. Which chain can Mercurial use?