On Thu, 2008-02-28 at 16:15 +0100, Jakub 'Livio' Rusinek wrote: > hi, > > I just noticed launch of next brainstorming website. this time, ubuntu > one  . > > first was opensuse  , but they had no voting system and no comments > notifications. > > I wonder if fedora could have such website too, to see what users need. > > 1| http://brainstorm.ubuntu.com/ Hah hah. The top two are currently "Ubuntu's bootloader should look like Fedora's" and "NetworkManager everywhere", something that's already on the Fedora to-do list (And nearing completion?). Among a lot of other things that have been discussed to death on fedora-devel and are already on various developer's to-do lists. Speed up boot time, power management, filesystem mount UI, hardware databases(smolt?), forced fsck (already fixed in Fedora some time ago), menu mess, backups, fix suspend/hibernate (ongoing? The supply of shiny, new and broken hardware shows no signs of slowing...), LiveUSB (done!), prefetch, delta updates (apparently waiting on Fedora infrastructure to implement their end), shutdown speed... We've seen it all, on this very list, already. > 2| http://idea.opensuse.org/ This one looks a bit more focused on developers actually getting things done. And that seems rather analogous to our already existing "feature" process...
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