My name is Henrique and I'm one of the Brazilian ambassadors of Fedora here
in Brazil. We,re going to integrate a variety of tools to Fedora Project
Brazil and one of these tools is a wiki (that is online and working for
almost one year now). We'd like to use the same skin as
Is there any chance to get the same skin used by Fedora Project's
 - http://fedora.wiki.br
Henrique "LonelySpooky" Junior
"In a world without walls and fences, who needs windows and gates?!"
i have half way registered in fedora website but cant access my home
page....i have to fill some things like latitude,longitude,IRC nick,well the
website irc.freenode.net is not working,GPG key id,Public RSA SSH Key,i dont
know what they are and how to make the key the instruction is difficult to
understand like this : Public RSA SSH Key Many resources require public key
authentiaction to work. By uploading your public key to us, you can then log
in to our servers. Type "man ssh-keygen" for more information on creating
your key (it must be an RSA key). Once created you will want to upload
~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub...what this means.....and i cannot find india in
asia....for time....and i see that the form for free cd is closed and there
i came on a sentence that we have to provide a cd....well i hope UBUNTU is
better than this...i easily sign up there...and getting free cd's from past
a year with out any difficulty...
I am a "regular joe" visitor to your website.I'm pretty savvy with
computing but still chained to Windows XP.I'm passionate about saving
the world and ,upon reviewing the benefits of an open source operating
system,would love to try it.
Then i get stuck.And I mean stuck!
Does the open source community cater just to the Technically
Advanced?Doesnt this run counter to the set goals of the open source
Surely at some point the open source community (and your website) must
make this revolution available to all.Even though your "product" is
free.....no-one knows how to use it!
I have read in no less than 5 places on your website how much feedback is
valued, yet I have found the feedback process cryptic and frustrating. All I
wanted to do was provide a little feedback before uninstalling fedora, not
join a club or create the one thousandth password that will never be used
again. Nor read endless pages of someone else's opinions. I just wanted to
pass on a comment that I though might be of some use to developers. If your
developers truly want honest feedback then perhaps you might suggest to them
that they create a conduit for that purpose that does not require all of the
On 2008-12-29 10:37:55 AM, Dan Adams wrote:
> Yeah, did that, I really can read, but that not feedback is it? I hate to be
> a smart ass, but you might try re-reading my email.
"Communicate (Speak with Fedora)" and "Providing Feedback to Developers"
isn't feedback? Did you expect something more than bugzilla and mailing
lists? Exactly what part of this were you dissatisfied with?
Again, we welcome any constructive suggestions on how to make this more
Apparently the "OS Developer" icon in join Fedora page doesn't translate
well into "testing" or "maintaining packages" for many people. There was
a brief discussion in fedora-devel list starting at
To summarize, maybe "Fedora Developer", "Developer" or "Developing/
Testing" or individual icons for these that point to the same section
might be better.
My name is Jeffrey Ravenhorst, and i'm interested in contributing to the
fedora websites project.
I've been doing web programming/design for about 6 years now (i guess that's
not a really long time, but i'm only 21), and its pretty much my favorite
thing to do as far as computing goes. I'm currently a senior at Longwood
University in virginia, usa, working on a BS in computer science (they
really don't do much web stuff there, but i do a lot on my own and for
work). Anyways, i hope i can help out... here are some of the things i
consider myself useful for:
Me and 3 other students are making a cluster of 32 fedora 9 machines for our
CMSC department (very small department...) so that's what got me into fedora
(i've always used XP.. but i just wiped my laptop and put fedora 10 on it).
So, let me know where i should start! Especially for the next month... it's
winter break, and if i'm not involved in something productive i'll surely
get the winter-time blues.
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