The Products page has the heading "Portal Products." Is this accurate? Are these actually products of the Research Software Portal?
First, I find it a bit off-putting for the RSP to claim responsibility/ownership. It's hosting the content, but the people who work on the content for each area don't think of themselves as part of the RSP team, do they? (I don't. I expect operations people, software developers, and UREP members don't, either.) Claiming credit for what's put here might discourage people from contributing.
Second, it seems odd to claim that Software Discovery and XSEDE Source Repositories are RSP products when clicking these links takes one away from RSP.
What I'm reacting to is the word "Products." I wonder if there's a better word for this that doesn't imply responsibility/ownership?
What about "Topics" or "Subjects?" Is the RSP similar to a curated news service (think Apple News or Flipboard) that curates information but doesn't necessarily generate it all itself? It seems to me kind of like a structured Wiki, allowing semi-independent editors/curators to add content within a structure provided by the site. In that case, topics or subjects might make more sense than products?