We're working to get the pages together for F8. Where should we put
links to what things. We've got 2 click to live cd or torrent for the
official content. And thats from fedoraproject.org. This is MUCH
simpler then previous releases and can be done due to changes in
mirrormanager. The question I have is where to put official spins. I'd
like to put a link on the get fedora page that links to
spins.fedoraproject.org to get the torrents from there.
1) Keeping the get fedora page simple and clean
2) Brand dilution between official and non official spins
3) There could be 30, 50, 100 re-spins this time next year we just
What does the marketing team think would be best for the get fedora page
and the spins.fedoraproject.org page?
I would like to know everything about the new features in Fedora 8 and
what might appear in Fedora 9, please release some information so I
can post it on my blog and other linux sites. Public Awareness is key
to continuing success!
Mark McLaughlin - linuxglobe.wordpress.com
Just throwing out ideas...
Codec Buddy: Bastien Nocera (again)
New default sound server, Pulse Audio: Lennart Poettering (upstream too)
New Firewall tool, system-config-firewall by twoerner
New system logging daemon, rsyslog: pvrabec, sgrubb, upstream:
Transifex: Dimitris Glezos
Network Manager 0.7: Dan Williams (upstream too)
PolicyKit: David Zuethen (upstream too)
Laptop work: Suspend/resume. power management and multimedia keys:
Rebranding and custom spins touching upon generic-logos and future
direction: Bill Nottingham and Seth Vidal
That should cover the major visible changes.
The Brazilian Fedora Project wrote 2 articles for this edition.
# Fedora 7 Rocks your Desktop!
Rodrigo Padula, Igor Pires Soares, Marcelo Mello
>From this article you will learn about the interface of Fedora GNU/Linux
distribution, one of the most commonly used distribuions in the world.
# Network Configuration in Fedora 7
Rodrio Padula, Igor Pires Soares
In this article Rodrigo and his freinds present the configuration of a
local network using system-config-network and wireless devices with
See http://www.lpmagazine.org/en/linuxplus/issues.html for more
informations about the magazine.
Brazilian Fedora Project