it's been a long time since last my email on this mailing list, but I've
heard FUDCon EMEA is coming to Italy and the Italian ambassadors and I want
to help in the best way to make the event possible.
I've never been involved in FUDCon preparations (I saw some banners,
t-shirts, etc...), and I hope I can help doing something.
Do you already have some ideas for the FUDCon Milan 2011?
Let me know and see you soon! (Maybe we can schedule a meeting in irc..
Hi All, my name is Remik and I'm 23 years. I'm interested in art; ranging from painting, through music and poetry - especially Charles Bukowski. And of course punk rock culture. Fedora is my favorite Linux distribution. I especially like corpses for the approach to security issues. It is really great! I would like to help the community in creating an artistic side of Fedora.
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Sprawdz >> http://linkint.pl/f29ae
I was wondering if you could let me know what version of Fedora you're
(I'm trying to set up a SparkleShare for us to use since fedorahosted's
git was upgraded to a version that works with SparkleShare, and I'd like
to write up a HOWTO/instructions on how to get started, so I want to
account for the version of Fedora you might be running)
Hi, simply - I want to help Fedora project in art matters.
I think that it is the best for me, because I really like art and
I am interested in arts. I like to paint, write etc. I am 23 years old
and I am using Fedora for a long time. I am listen to punk rock music
and I am studies punk rock culture - on my own of course.
Oh, and Charles Bukowski is my favorite writer.
Sorry for doubled posts, but I have some problems with
message formatting on the mailling lists.
Hi, simply - I want to help Fedora project in art matters. I think that it is the best for me, because I really like art and I am interested in arts. I like to paint, write etc. I am 23 years old and I am using Fedora for a long time. I am listen to punk rock music and I am studies punk rock culture - on my own of course. Oh, and Charles Bukowski is my favorite writer.
My name is Joseph Reni, I am a research psychologist by trade (I am a
civilian scientist for NAWCTSD) , I work specifically in interface
design research. Most of my experience is in setting up and deploying
user analyses research through surveys and interactive assessments. I
love prototyping and the interface development workflow. I am also a
masters student at Iowa state University. I am excited to start
working with Fedora usability and design. I would love it if someone
seasoned within this community could give me a call to help get off to
a running start, direct email would also be fine.
4079525163 (please call any time)
I've been spending some time this week working on our collaboration
tools to see if we can't make it a lot easier to work together on
As mentioned earlier, we have a test imageboard up at
http://publictest04.fedoraproject.org/artboard which is I think a good
place to put work up to get feedback on, and to help other folks with
their work by providing comments on it.
I spent some time yesterday and trying to set up Sparkleshare with our
fedorahosted repo. In the past, this did not work because fedorahosted
was running a version of git that was too old to work with Sparkleshare.
But our git was updated recently, so it now works. With Alex Hudson and
Hylke's help we have new packages of Sparkleshare available for Fedora
13, Fedora 14, and Fedora 15 - based on my quick survey it seems like
this will accommodate everyone that responded.
I'm in the process of copying all of our shared files from
fedorapeople.org/groups/designteam over into the Sparkleshare repo. Once
that's finished, I think it would make sense to remove the files from
our groups directory, and find another use for it. I will reply to this
message once all of our files are available in the Sparkleshare repo.
If you'd like to try out Sparkleshare yourself then, I've put together a
HOWTO on it. Please let me know if you run into any trouble with the
instructions - they *should* work on F13+ but I haven't tested it on all
the different versions:
If you are asking yourself, 'what is Sparkleshare? huh?' the short
answer is that it is a free and open source alternative to Dropbox that
makes it so you'll have a special folder on your computer, and anything
you copy to that folder, everyone on the design team who has it set up
will be able to see. This should make it easier for us to share our
work, especially source files since they are a pain to upload and we
sometimes forget. Now we won't have to remember - as long as you keep
them in the design team folder, we'll all have access.
Also, could I ask a big favor? If you have design-team related files in
your fedorapeople.org directory, would you mind copying them over to the
Sparkleshare design team folder? That way we'll all have easier access.
Let me know what you think.