I was preparing a document which is having the list of all videos websites
and videos in the form of following structure
-----------Channels Related To Fedora
-----------Videos Which can used under the name of Fedora and
doesn't have any issues
-----------Videos related to Fedora but still need a green signal
from Fedora-legal team to avoid any future issues
I had started preparing this documentation with youtube .
But it might be hard for me alone to cover everything so I was looking for
some helping hands .
In case you want to help please feel free to contact me via mail or on IRC
The aim of doing all this is to keep things sorted out for Fedora Videos at
the time of merging and placing all videos at one place .
Nitesh Narayan Lal
I think I missed the mails regarding Fedora official video account . So I
am just checking if we really have some official account to use for videos
either or youtube or vimeo or at any other place as if there is none then
I would love to create one and if there is then I would love to share few
of my ideas with the folks who have the rights for that account .
Thanks in advance for all the help .
Nitesh Narayan Lal
frankly I'm not sure which mailing list I should write this to, but I
guess the marking one is the best fit.
I was really surprised (in the negative way) by the Fedora stats .
Repository connections in the first week dropped by 52 percent compared
to F17 and F17 was already low compared to releases before. F18 has
pretty bad reception, but such a huge drop is hard to believe.
The number of direct downloads is down by 7 percent.
Are these numbers still comparable or the way they're calculated has
changed? If not, it's a pretty bad trend.
The difference in drops between direct downloads and repository
connections is also interesting. It seems like a lot of users downloaded
F18, but never installed it, and connected to repositories which pretty
much correlates with my observation at linux portals, forums, mailing
lists. I've seen so many comments of users who said they didn't have
balls to install F18 on their hard drives with other systems and stayed
with F17 or switched to another distro.
Do we have an official answer to questions like this?
I'm not *personally* interested in a teddy bear (with two kids, I already
have way too many plush animals around the house, despite my 6-year-olds
protestation that there's no such thing as too many). But I wouldn't mind
pointing people to somewhere they could buy shirts and pens and so on.
The Red Hat store used to carry Fedora items, but since that was rebooted
last year, they don't.
The only thing I could find was
which is sad and empty.
Matthew Miller ☁☁☁ Fedora Cloud Architect ☁☁☁ <mattdm(a)fedoraproject.org>