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Posted on by Jen Lampton.

+1 for this effort. The admin link structure is something that Drupal has struggled with for a good long while, and I think this is a huge step in the right direction, so thank you for working on it :)

The first thing that comes to mind when I see the menu, though, is that the word "site" is virtually meaningless. The only more-generic word I could think of might be "web". Why not call it what it is: "Configuration"?

Also - the scope of what you asked people to do in these tests was fairly limited, in the real world I'd like to see a fourth top level item "Plugins" for the modules page.

I'm interested to see where this leads, good work so far!

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