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Re: Fedora 7 - features and obvious usability enhancements



Valent Turkovic wrote:
Hello,
first I would like to ask where is the proper place to suggest new
features and obvious usability enhancements for fedora.

Is there a mailing list or some group of people or someone specific I
have to target in order for some really much needed features to be
included in fedora releases?

Your specific question seems targeted at the desktop, so you may consider the desktop list (but I believe you are not entirely offtopic here, on this general development list): https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/fedora-desktop-list

First one I see as a really great usability add on to fedora is
Deskbar gnome plugin. It is in the repositories, but it is not
installed by default and it is not enabled by default. I think that
this is a great shame. All new users (and also old ones) would benefit
a lot from just including this great widget in default desktop setup
for Fedora 7 .

I have the deskbar applet active on my computer but:
- it is a bit of a resource hog, which is not that good for a default;
- in my opinion it is not so friendly with new users

Ok, I won't go too much long here if this isn't proper way of getting
attention to the right people. I don't mean that you aren't proper or
not important but I just don't know if this mailing list is the right
way for discussing usability and features. Please tell me if it is and
then I'll continue if not point me in the right direction.

About usability, you may look at the Usability SIG page in the wiki: http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Usability

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