A few ideas about the website, more or less practical, or significant:
- Copyright years could be updated: it says "Copyright © 2004-2007 Debian Women Project".
- Making a forum - the format of an online forum one can browse, search and post at the time. It seems to me it could then benefit from easier interaction from people which are rather used to those means to interact over the internet, rather than good ole' mailing lists, and there probably isn't anything wrong with that. (except that ML fans will think they're lazy or nitpicking, which is probably true at least in some cases.) In any case, if we are to consider that, I'd definitely include in the proposal grabbing automatically the mails that go on the ML to repost them on the forum, or simply make available the ML in a very easily reachable area of this forum, in order to have all information at hand. The point of the proposal is an alternative means of interaction (the site seems so static to me), not to split information in even more places making it harder to find. That would be the opposite of it.
- Maybe the split between the few pages of the d-w site, and the ML, doesn't help interacting, either. There are more people who read the mailing list and the site (I am one of them), they just don't happen to start interacting with the main team.
- The FAQ page may contain: "What exactly are you d-w doing", and "Where exactly do I find info about - training/mentoring/latest news/". In other words, a bit of help to understand quickly the project and its status.