On Wed, 2004-07-14 at 06:37, Jeremy Hogan wrote:
> > So we're finally giving Fedora significant prominence
Yep. Our site design is changing, and Fedora gets it's own upper level
nav. That gives a mini-home page for fedora, that positions it and sends
the user to fedora.redhat.com
OK, thats nice to know - when do we see a change?
> Shouldn't the links be kept at the fedora.redhat.com
And the new
> URL that points there should be used, rather than keeping a few links
> sitting on www.redhat.com
Maybe, except I have zero direct control over fedora.redhat.com
a traffic request let's me update rh.com
. Maybe instead of those sorts
of sites, a widget box that deep links into FAQs, Downloads, and
projects like the utility links in the upper right of fedora.redhat.com
Shouldn't direct control be changing slowly? Isn't the process opening
Widget box sounds good, definitely
> > What should those sites be? These would be unofficially
> > still being officially unofficial), so they should be 4 or 5 sites we're
> > the most comfortable pointing folks at.
> Fedora Legacy - www.fedoralegacy.org
> Fedora Unofficial FAQ - www.fedorafaq.org
> FedoraForums - www.fedoraforums.org
> * - should we start taking the effort to getting the Fedora Docs project
> to organise the FAQ, i.e. we consolidate it to our main site at
Yeah, whatever makes us most comfortable with pointing users there.
So, its just you/me/Jack here at the moment... But the above links are
what I'd personally recommend/vote for
Not to forget fedora.us, since that's really Extras, no? *grin*
> Also, from a usability standpoint, a newbie might go,
"what's a FAQ?".
> So we should try "Frequently Asked Questions" as a link on the main site
> (rather than unofficial FAQ)...
Yeah, the links have space for text explaining them.
Colin Charles, byte(a)aeon.com.my
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