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Re: Redesign of downloads



On Fri, Jul 31, 2009 at 10:21 AM, Paul W. Frields<stickster gmail com> wrote:
<snip>
> FOR:
>
> * People who are somewhat computer savvy, but may be new to Fedora
>  and/or Linux and FOSS in general
>
> * People who are not sure what they need to do in order to try Fedora
>
> * People who may not understand how to create and use Live media
>
> * People who don't know where to find anything other than the default
>  offering (i.e., is there something else available?)
>
> NOT FOR:
>
> * People who are currently and comfortably using Fedora
>
> * People who have pre-specified needs for the Fedora they download
>
> * People who know where to find non-default offerings, and want to
>  pick from an a la carte-style or other expanded sort of list
<snip>

+1

I think this is a great proposal/brainstorm/whatever and that it's a
big misconception that there is a need to cater to the more advanced
users as they are going to find their way around even if explanations
of things are more verbose or the site has been simplified, and I'd
honestly be a bit surprised if anyone from the "advanced user" crowd
would complain. (Though I'm sure someone will for some reason, but not
everyone can be made happy so life goes on.)

-Adam

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