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Re: Firefox etc. default homepage



søn, 08.05.2005 kl. 13.05 skrev Arjan van de Ven:
> On Sun, 2005-05-08 at 12:53 +0200, Kyrre Ness Sjobak wrote:
> 
> > - Homepage should be a local file, as we cannot thrust Internet/DNS/etc.
> > to be working, as the user migth see and error message "cannot connect
> > to host blah blah".
> > - Release notes should be easily accessable
> > - Release notes should probably not be the #1 documentation shown
> > - Documentation/release notes should be easily accessable from somewhere
> > else, as users tend to change their homepage
> > - Don't give users info they haven't asked for
> > 
> > Any big disagreements? What should be done (should anything be done)?
> 
> if there was a very nice "welcome to fedora, click on any of these
> links ..."
> 
> where the links are about things like the release notes, getting started
> with fedora desktop, setting up internet access with fedora and maybe 2
> or 3 more, it'd be mightily cool :)
> To keep it comprehensive I suspect 5 or 6 is the hard limit on the
> number of these links.

Or simply "fitting it nicely in within a 800x600 display"?
Anybody with web-designer-skills? I could even be localized...

Giving some hints about "how to use this thing" would be great :) Giving
some hints to what the release-notes actually is, would probably also be
a good idea...

Setting up internet is a no-job in the case of ethernet.

Kyrre Ness Sjøbæk


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