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Re: Comment for fedoraproject.org



Rudolf Bleuer wrote:
Hi,

I just wanted to quickly (and I mean quickly) check on fedora.redhat.com
(which redirects to fedoraproject.org) when the next fedora release is
planned.
On the homepage I read about current Fedora 7, release notes of F7, and
the link to learn more about F7.
Get Fedora is not what I want (I have F7 already of course)
Join Fedora is also not what I want
Docs: no, I don't want docs, I want to know about the plans when F8 will
be released, or how the beta status is
Wiki: hmmm... maybe, if you like it complicated, maybe I find here what
I seek. but no link that told me "here is what you're looking for"
Planet: Planet? ok, the description says "The voices of the Fedora
Community", but I don't want to hear the community (right now)
Communicate, Speak with Fedora: ummm no, not what I want

Is there not an easier and faster way to get some infos about planned
new releases then to dig deeply in wiki's and forums etc?

http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Schedule

I think the schedule stuff would be good on our new news site which is still in planning stages, I don't think it belongs on the front page though as its more of a developer oriented or.. 'uber user' type request. Also Google found it pretty easy :)

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&safe=off&q=fedora+8+schedule&btnG=Search

/2 cents.  Someone with actual UI knowledge might have a better opinion.

   -Mike


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