The Swift.org website is meant to serve two purposes:
Be the home page of the Swift language and the Swift community, and serving the general population of Swift users.
Be a nexus for Swift as an open source project (i.e., the implementation of Swift itself), which spans multiple repositories on GitHub.
While there is some good material on the Swift.org website, what is currently there underserves both of the two goals mentioned above and there is a lot more that can be done. We are preparing to open up the Swift website for contributions from the broader Swift community, and as part of that I wanted to start a conversation on what the community felt we should do to make that website a better resource for everybody.
One example of how Swift.org could be a better resource is to provide good user documentation on using Swift on non-Apple platforms. Even basic "getting started" tutorials would be good to document, but there is a lot more we can do than that.
Another thing the website could do is pull more of the information related to the evolution process and the development of the compiler into the website proper instead of having it distributed across different GitHub repositories. Right now the evolution dashboard can only be found by going to github.com/apple/swift-evolution; there is no link from Swift.org.
I'm planting the seed for discussion here. I'm interested in what the rest of you think would be good to incorporate into Swift.org website, who are the populations it can better serve, how it can be better organized, etc.
Thanks in advance for your feedback.