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Re: New Content for fedoraproject.org



On Thu, 2008-05-01 at 20:03 +0100, Jonathan Roberts wrote:
> It looks like we got there with this thread :) Thanks for the
> excellent info Rahul, as always!
> 
> I just thought I'd give a quite bit of background for this so everyone
> was on the same page - feel free to correct me if I get any of this
> wrong!
> 
> There was a thread on the websites-list recently:
> 
> https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-websites-list/2008-April/msg00352.html
> 
> The conversation pretty much decided that although there's a fair
> number of people on the websites list, there are very few who
> contribute patches and real work. To try and remedy this we held a
> meeting to figure out how we can turn the websites team into a larger,
> more effective group who get things done.
> 
> At the meeting loads of things were discussed but one of the key
> points was that we need a bigger vision for the websites team so we
> have a general direction to be moving in, while keeping an eye on the
> day to day running along side this. It was also figured that we need
> people to liase with key other teams such as Marketing, Docs and Art
> and Juan is doing Marketing (and a good job too - the information
> you've dug up already is going to help!)
> 
> To try and keep stuff on track we'll be holding regular meetings and
> reviewing progress and assigning tasks too.
> 
> The meeting info can be found at:
> 
> http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Websites/Meetings
> 
> Best wishes all,
> 
> Jon
> 

Thanks Jon, i think i couldn't have explain the situation in a better
way (which makes me think that the discussion here on the marketing list
about this proposal was due to my failure to explain it)

Also thanks Rahul for the info, that gives me a brief idea on where to
start focusing the website.

Now, im concerned with the lack of genearl information about the project
in the current website. Im thinking on adding a section in which the
project is explained. The thing is... taking a look at
http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Overview gives just too much information
so im asking again, from the overview information and the general ideas
about the project what would be better to highlight?


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