I've been lurking around listening to the suggestions of the ambassadors to get their localized, region-specific versions of their pages up for each region. This interface looks super clean. Is the box at the top just an image, or is it an interactive map? If you could mouse over or click on a region, and then get to the region-specific pages associated with it, that would be pretty intuitive. Also, any kind of regional data, similar to the blogposts that lewk does at the EOL of the various Fedoras, with the heatmaps of downloads, and region-specific metrics would be kinda interesting. Just a thought, but all-in-all, quality work as always Mizmo. Keep on being a rockstar, and I'll show this off to our FOSS@RIT designers under the heading #doing_it_right.
I just created a blog post on the fedoracommunity.org redesign that
Sijis and I have been working on in the websites team:
Thank you for the help you provided earlier in tracking down some of the
various country sites; it made the mockups possible.
I wanted to know if you had any feedback on the design so far, and if we
missed any community sites that you may be aware of. Do let us know. I
am hoping this site can serve as a helpful tool for Fedora Ambassadors
in the future, especially in directing new/potential users to their
local community. Let me know if this makes sense!
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