14 February 2010
I've now completed a major reorganisation of the PenguinTutor web site. This is the most significant change to the site since it was launched in 2006.
The first reason for the change is to reorganise the content. Although it appeared to make sense at the time some of the categories were not as logical as they could be. Hopefully it is now easier to find the information.
I also I wanted to move the site search to be included on the pages rather than having a separate search page.
Most significantly I have now created a new section and changed the aim of the site. Previously the focus of the site was Linux and Linux certification (specifically LPI), with only the blog going a bit further to include other technology related news items. I have now expanded the site to cover all aspects of free and open source software and hardware.
I will be adding more content in the future as I'm currently working on an electronic circuit. With the new site redesign it will have a much more logical position within the site rather than just being tagged as though and afterthought.
There are still a few little bits that need fixing (search bar missing on some of the deeper web pages etc.), but it appears to be working okay and I'll be cleaning those up over the next few days.