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Re: Who's the Fedora user?



On Wed, 2005-08-24 at 15:11 -0700, Bryan J. Smith wrote:
> Stuart Ellis <stuart elsn org> wrote:
> > RSS ?
> >  ...  
> > May or may not be good ideas - I'm just trying to think of
> > low-effort ways this could be done...
> 
> Excellent idea.  Just have someone come up with a default
> page for Mozilla, Firefox, etc... that has several RSS feeds.

Can you bugzilla that idea, against the Fedora Documentation Project,
release-notes component?  The relnotes is where the content is coming
from, we can put that at the top.  Five items at the top, perhaps:

* What's new in Fedora Core 5
* How to get new and fun software
* Using yum to update your system
* Why no MP3s?  and more on patents and laws
* Technical release notes, a.k.a. the dirty details

Also, we need a new XSL for the relnotes.  We need a new look and feel. 

This is easier to fix, a package under our purview (Sopwith's), instead
of having to fix Firefox with new content each release, right?  We don't
have to QA the Firefox package, just the relnotes.

A pretty look with our new logo, easy access to common questions that
plague us, and our good ol' release notes, organized by beat.

- Karsten
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