Since the leap to Leap (I couldn't resist), the frontpage of software.opensuse.org looked a bit misleading:
I kept the changes to a minimal with the intention of not adding or changing any string in order not to break translations. But I think it's time to go one step further.
I think we need a new layout with:
- Rephrased/updated text for several sections. Like this https://bugzilla.suse.com/show_bug.cgi?id=953927
- A clear indication that the official images are 64 bits only
- Reasonably prominent links (with the corresponding short explanations) to the unofficial ports and to the derivatives. https://github.com/openSUSE/software-o-o/issues/39
- A layout that works better in languages with long strings. For example, the current layout looks slightly broken in Spanish.
I'm not talking about a visual redesign (I know some people is already trying to tweak the CSS to make it more consistent with the landing page). I'm talking about rearranging the elements and phrasing everything in a better way, so we are more consistent with the current reality.
Contributions are welcome as pull requests, but also as text snippets, mock-ups, sketches or simply lists of things to take into account.
 Maintained unofficial ports are aarc64 and ppc64le at the moment, maybe 32bit in the future is somebody steps up.