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Re: FESCo meeting summary for 2009-06-26



2009/6/28 drago01 <drago01 gmail com>:
> +-----------------------------------------------+
> | [*] Fedora Live, featuring the GNOME Desktop  |
> +-----------------------------------------------+
> | [] Fedora Live KDE Edition                    |
> | [] Fedora Live XFCE Edition                   |
> | [] Fedora Live LXDE Edition                   |
> +-----------------------------------------------+
> | [] Fedora Installation DVD                    |
> +------------(System Architectures)-------------+
> | [*] x86                                       |
> | [] x86_64                                     |
> | [] PPC                                        |
> | [] PPC64                                      |
> +-----------------------------------------------+
> |                 (Download)                    |
> +-----------------------------------------------+
>
>
> Would this make everybody happy?

Not really. Why not the same name for gnome as for the other spins.
And why not give the user finally information and screenshots of what
they get, for every spin? Why still treat the user as if he's dumb and
need "you" to decide what he want. Give him enough information and he
will decide.
Coded with some ajax and the page will look not bloated.

> - Other DEs are listed in at the default Download page rather than
> hidden behind links

Yes, thats part of doing it the right way.

> - The Arch can be selected at the download page
>        - Maybe we can make the "System Architectures" section expandable and
> collapsed by default to not clutter the interface with to many options

There will not be too many options. The user who dont know what he
needs and dont want to find out if he really wants x86_64 (for
example) can have a message that he can use always i686. I guess a ppc
user will know what he wants/needs.

-- 
LG Thomas

Dubium sapientiae initium


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