Well, I *could*, but...
(a) I'm no designer, and wouldn't want this discussion simply to become ayes or nays to *my* version.
(b) I think (judging from other responses) the idea is straight-forward enough to be graspable.
(c) It's not my call wrt content - again, a prototype design could just provoke "Why is X in there?" or "Why not Y?"
(d) The discussion is about the *principle* of a 'welcome' section - good idea or not? The nitty-gritties of where and what are reserved for higher powers
than I :) (Hence the deliberately wishy-washy "slipping in somewhere").
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