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 +====== Current, past and future homepage initiatives. ======
 +**We should try adding as many dates as possible**.
 +
 +This page should be seen as a changelog for planned homepage changes.
 +
 +===== Ongoing. =====
 +
 +===== Planned. ======= 
 +== Site migration. ==
 +- migrate mail.
 +- migrate files
 +- change DNS
 +- install wiki
 +- migrate wikipages
 +
 +== Contact form formal. ==
 +== Drive by form - occational volunteer "drop box". ==
 +== Project management tool. ==
 +== Dictionary Translation tool. ==
 +== Skin translation tool. ==
 +
 +===== Past. =====
 +== Embed google ads. ==
 +== Sign up for adsense. ==
 +== Speed up development - Implement scripted changes. ==
 +
 +== Design new site structure ==
 + - Multi lingual language support on the web page dropped due to time constraints.
 +== Original multi lingual page. ==
 +
  
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