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Re: Apache Fedora branding



On 9/7/06, Joe Harnish <bigjoe1008 gmail com> wrote:
I think there needs to be a wiki page that all distros can add people that
email these "You Hijacked my site" messages and label it: Do not hire these
people for any technical job.  And put some other key words on there so that
google will find it and when a possible future employer googles them - hey
they are on a bad list.  Also as a response to the email they can get a
message stating that they have successfully added them selves to the
Technical Darwin List.

Otherwise putting in H1 tags "If you think this page is a result of being
hacked or hijacked please click here" and that is just a javascipt pop up
that states "Your a(n) FILL IN FUN WORDS HERE"


On 9/7/06, Axel Thimm <Axel Thimm atrpms net> wrote:
>
 On Thu, Sep 07, 2006 at 03:34:55AM +0530, Rahul wrote:
> Hi
>
> We frequently get mails (atleast once every month) at info AT
> fedoraproject.org from random  administrators about how Fedora has
> hijacked their system or some such stuff because there is some limited
> amount of Fedora branding on the default webpage in Apache.
>
> We now have a document at
http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/ServerTestPage
> to explain to them what this means. I am wondering if we can just drop
> the branding and save the trouble of redirecting all those rude mails.

Hi Rahul,

the same people will probably continue on on complaining about Fedora
being mentioned on the graphical login screen or in /etc/issue on
consoles. I think 1-2 rude mails from ignorant people per month is
considering Fedora's size close to zero. :)

> Rahul
>

+1

I'd go with a link on the page, have them enter their names and email
address themselves, and post it online. The page is just way to east
to understand.


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