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Re: Who's the Fedora user?



On Sat, 2005-08-27 at 12:38 -0500, Bryan J. Smith wrote:
> On Sat, 2005-08-27 at 09:27 -0700, Karsten Wade wrote:
> > 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
> 
> I guess I could if you give me a week.  I'm currently finishing off work
> at a client (so I'm working 7-days/week, 10+ hours/day).
> 
> > Also, we need a new XSL for the relnotes.  We need a new look and
> > feel. 
> 
> I'm definitely not a XSL guy.  But me see what Mr. Ashe might think of.

Sure, that wasn't directed at you in particular, that was a generic call
to arms.

And I meant CSS, not XSL, actually.  Or, a little of both.  ;-D

- Karsten
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