Agree with the points made. Making the links to the iso and other pages (wiki, docs etc.) clear and easy to find should be the major priority. I'm with the others that I've used linux a lot over the years,
downloaded a ton of distros to try out, and I don't remember any of their websites (with the exception of Manjaro, but only because that made my homepage in Firefox the Manjaro page and I never got round to changing it).
In terms of information about Fedora Server, I think all we need to aim for is a small overview of why Fedora Server is a good product to try out. My feeling is that most people who are going to run a server
already are pretty literate with the basics of linux and don't need their hand held. Thus, the information on why to use Fedora server
would make sense to include. This sells the product to experienced people pretty well and I think is accessible enough to people with a smallish background in servers to get them interested.
I don't know if we need much more than this, and there is a case to be made for having all this on one page.
@pboy: I can see the desire to have the contact information, how to get involved, and the user story but I wonder whether this isn't information that's already available elsewhere and makes more sense where
it is. There's already contact information on the server site. Putting it up in multiple places simply means more places to update, and consequently more places to *forget* when we update and a bigger chance of outdated and conflicting information. Also, with
the user story, perhaps the 'new to Fedora' idea is going to be handled elsewhere on the website after the upgrade. I understood from Máirín's proposal that this was the beginning point of her F-model. I don't know how many people are going to use Fedora server
without first knowing Fedora generally, but at least some of this can be covered by (a) the 'why Fedora' stuff linked above; and (b) a more prominent presence in existing Fedora locations (e.g. the magazine).
TL;DR of the above: good ides, but haven't we already got places where this information is? If so, we should consider the benefits of putting them somewhere new before replicating them, or moving them to
a new place.
All the best,