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Re: Fedora websites team



Karsten Wade wrote:

We have formed the Fedora websites team, which discusses things on
fedora-websites-list[1].

Some have asked me who really owns/controls the websites.  Is Marketing
accountable?  Documentation?  How about Infrastructure?

Here's how I see it, using this model:

* FDP is the umbrella project that is accountable for all content and
knowledge management across Fedora.  We are growing as fast as we can to
cover all these areas.

* Marketing is accountable for our message, focus, goals, direction,
attitude, etc.  As such, they are often responsible for the content and
design within the various formal Fedora sites[2].

* Infrastructure is responsible for maintaining the current backends of
the sites, and developing new stuff from their own ideas and as
responses to RFEs that are filtered to them by FDP and Marketing.

Does this make sense to you all?

Other thoughts?
We need a concrete list of things we need to do before making http://fedoraproject.org the primary website and a transition plan from http://fedora.redhat.com with redirects where necessary.Some of the content in the wiki pages belongs to marketing and some to docs and some are in the Fedora communities's hands. We need to find out a list of wiki pages maintained and unmaintained (if any).

Thats the action plan. Interested people get yourself subscribed to the fedora-websites list and post suggestions and feedback. Do we need better content? better design? a combination of both or something else entirely?

regards
Rahu;


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