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Re: submitting ideas to Fedora

Bastien Nocera wrote:
On Thu, 2008-02-28 at 22:41 +0100, Jakub 'Livio' Rusinek wrote:
We've seen it all, on this very list, already.
Who said Ubuntu is modern :> ?

As we have most of that features or were GOING to have them, we would have different ideas on such list.

The truth is that most of the features on those sites are:
- ongoing features/goals for Fedora and upstream
- goals specific to one application or sub-system

Nevertheless, I think the idea of putting this information in a slightly more community accessible format would be *a good thing*. Most fedora users (F7-F8 types) are not keeping track of ongoing development of F9 so they are not that aware of the feature list upcoming... meaning they lack excitement about it (and consequently most are not chatting up their buddies about how cool it is).

The majority of non-fedora users I chat with have no idea of the advancements occurring over here, many of which are effecting their fav distros more than they know due to the focus of moving improvement effort upstream!

The mailing list archives are not user accessible information sources like a 'vote features up or down' site. The wiki itself is somewhat stale in that regard too, at least much more so than an open comment and vote system. I guess I'm not doing what I could to help there since I'm not even in the wiki edit group and I've been rawhiding since rh7.3. Are most F8 users going to get wiki edit access to post back 'hey I like this new f9 feature its worth promoting to my friends'?

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