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Re: Beta Freeze - argh!



On Wed, 2008-02-27 at 15:45 +0000, Jonathan Roberts wrote:
> Argh indeed - I'm worried I'm going down the wrong direction with
> respect to the release overview and putting in too much information!
> 
> After chatting to kanarip in IRC a bit about it, I think there are two
> approaches I can see this going in myself. The first is the current
> one:
> 
> -------------
> 
> Bluetooth
> 
> Bluetooth is becoming an increasingly ubiquitous technology for
> sharing information wirelessly across short distances: it's found in
> mobile phones, games controllers, hands-free headsets and computers.
> With this in mind, Fedora developers are working hard to make sure the
> end-user experience is as pleasant an out of the box experience as
> possible. Fedora 9 introduces a number of new capabilities:
> 
>     * work with a bluetooth printer as you would any local printer
>     * use mobile phones and PDAs as a remote control
>     * control a mobile's call and messaging functions from a computer
>     * contact and calendar information synchronisation
> 
> More details and documentation can be found on the feature's wiki page.
> 
> -------------
> 
> And the second is the new option:
> 
> -----------------
> 
> Bluetooth
> 
> Fedora 9 will make it easy to use bluetooth in a large number of
> different situations including working with your bluetooth printer and
> synchronising all your contact and calendar information with mobile
> devices.
> 
> More details and documentation can be found on the feature's wiki page.
> 
> ---------------------
> 
> Maybe there's even room for both!? Or maybe there's a third way? All
> this release overview/summary/notes stuff still makes my head spin!
> Hopefully somebody can set me straight :)
> 
> Best wishes,
> 
> Jon
> 

I like the second type personally with links to the more detailed
summary pages.

My $0.02 any suggestions from anyone else?

Cheers,

Marc


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