On Fri, Oct 5, 2012 at 4:35 PM, Kévin Raymond <shaiton(a)fedoraproject.org>wrote:
>> > 3) It's one of the first things people trying
Fedora will see, so
>> > effect their opinion about Fedora.
>> > I suggest we just
drop this page completely and use the default
>> > about:home start page instead.
>> > Thoughts?
>> As seen before this page is used, to get people on
> The planet is not really interesting for end-users, and
> have them in their RSS readers.
So the real question is:
Do we want this page to be contributor or end user centric? As we try
to keep both with a simple page, it could not work easily.
Existing contributors already follow the planet or know about it, and this
page is not helping to get any potential contributors (aka end-users) to
contribute, because it's cluttery and scary and has a lot of tecnobabble
from the planet and announcements.
The default browser homepage is not the place to recruit new contributors,
and it's really not the place to show information for existing contributors
(we have mailing lists, wiki and planet RSS feed for that)