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Re: Who's the Fedora user?



On Wed, 2005-08-24 at 17:32 -0400, Jeff Spaleta wrote:
> On 8/24/05, Jeff Spaleta <jspaleta gmail com> wrote:
> > Since so much effort is going into
> > actually building Fedora specific packages in Extras..I'd rather
> > notify Fedora users of that first and foremost.
> 
> And.. while I'm thinking about it.. there is a second-order effect PR
> win here.  An in-distro tool that users can use to watch "interesting"
> additions to Extras gives an easy way for users to watch and be
> excited about the growth of technology IN Fedora. Small reminders to
> people..people like reviewers who sit and play with Fedora on their
> workstation and desktop that this is an active, growing community of
> contributors.

RSS ?

Fedora already includes custom bookmarks with Firefox, so adding a "live
bookmark" would be fairly trivial I guess.

We also have fedora-announce as a constantly updating source of content
(of interest to tech news junkies at least).

FedoraNews is great, and provides an RSS feed as well, although I don't
know if it's OK for linking.

May or may not be good ideas - I'm just trying to think of low-effort
ways this could be done...

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