On 02/26/2010 09:00 PM, Paul Frields wrote:
On Fri, Feb 26, 2010 at 3:03 PM, Mike
> On Fri, 26 Feb 2010, Bill Nottingham wrote:
>> Mike McGrath (mmcgrath(a)redhat.com) said:
>>> I've been wondering if there's something more we can do with
. I was thinking about adding more information to
>>> the site without cluttering it up. We chatted in #fedora-websites for a
>>> bit and thought about this:
>>> 2 boxes
>>> Each box contains 3 "news" items
>>> Each item would contain a title link, and very brief description
>>> One box would be for Fedora Project news "Test day tomorrow",
>>> Fedora Board Meeting"
>>> One box would be for Fedora OS news "Alpha is out" "Try the
>>> spin", etc.
>>> We were thinking about adding it along the left side if there's enough
>>> room. Some mockups will help identify best locations for sure.
>>> Any thoughts/comments on it?
>> Do we have an existing news feed for these sorts of things we can easily
>> tie in?
> No, but we will when Fedora Insight is deployed. They've been working on
> it for many months now but nothing in production yet.
...So given that people would like such a news feed, this would be an
ideal time to help get it up and going. Mel Chua is leading the charge
and could really use a couple extra hands for a few hours. Mel, is
the current issue ticket queue correct as far as what's still left to
Those tickets were ones I opened, and related to where design was on
publictest6. The staging server isn't even as far along as this, so I
closed these, and have opened two new tickets for staging:
These are the two major components of work to be done: 1) customize
pagemaster forms for content workflow; 2) end-user UI customization for
Fedora Insight. As these get worked on and completed, there may be
We should be able to make headway on these this weekend, but will likely
need additional design work prior to F13 launch.
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