I am a post graduate student at University of South Australia and i am doing
a research project of Open Source Applications, for that i need to use some
logos and applications to show to the research project bodies. I need your
permission to include your applications logos and application names in my
presentations and documentation.
I will be very thankful to you.
University of South Australia
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When I am on the download page, I clicked on "alpha" at the top and
did _not_ notice that the "Install Media" box actually changed. So I
was given the impression that what I was going to download is only
alpha. So I searched all over the places trying to find the previous
stable release, and finally realized that the click on "alpha"
actually brought a _different_ page of links.
I wish the two pages are more distinguishable, e.g., by using different colors.
----- Original Message -----
From: Ricky Zhou <ricky(a)fedoraproject.org>
Subject: docs.fp.o theming
Date: Wed, 24 Sep 2008 16:59:54 -0400
>A round of applause for Michael (tw2113). Thanks to him,
>docs.fp.o has been updated with the new Fedora theme:
>http://docs.fedoraproject.org/. We've been looking forward
>to this change for a while now.
>Fedora-websites-list mailing list
Good job Michael.
When I try to access the link for downloading i386 DVD iso file, I get a 403
Forbidden error. I am on http://fedoraproject.org/get-fedora and I'm trying
to go to
o. Could you please look into this?
You don't have permission to access
/fedora/releases/9/Fedora/i386/iso/Fedora-9-i386-DVD.iso on this server.
Additionally, a 403 Forbidden error was encountered while trying to use an
ErrorDocument to handle the request.
Apache/2.0.52 (CentOS) Server at ftp.iitm.ac.in Port 80
It is time for the spins.fp.o website to take shape and there's a lot of
stuff to do;
First of all, we've come up with a Site Map of what spins.fp.o is
going to look like in the end, and we like to get started for F-10 GA
for at least some of these pages.
I'm thinking everything that is interactive is off the map for now as we
can probably not get that in the 1.5-2 months that we have left for F-10
GA, but the pages itself, describing the process, the features of a
spin, the viewing of the kickstart used to compose it, the HOWTO pages,
etc. should be perfectly doable for F-10 GA.
So, I've been asked to make some wire-frames for the pages, but I am
a graphical no-know (really). There's a couple of mockup pages, which
give an impression of how cool it could look ;-)
So, the question is; who will help me in getting these wireframes for
the pages we want to create for F-10 GA?
It concerns the following pages (see sitemap) (need a wireframe):
- Spin Details
- View Kickstart
- Spins Guide
- What this?
- Howto use
- Howto burn
- Howto USB
- Howto Create
`- Submit Review
And I would like to gather some volunteers from the Spins SIG as well as
the Art and Websites team so we can make this into something really
really cool. If you would like to take on one or two or more of these
wireframes, please let me know so we can keep track of who does what and
save ourselves from doing duplicates.
Thanks in advance,
Jeroen van Meeuwen
Dear Fedora Artists,
Would anyone be interested in creating a "Happy 5th Birthday Fedora"
banner for our web front page? The Fedora Project was born -- at least
by domain records -- on September 24, 2003. I thought that celebrating
this would be fun. Here's what I was thinking:
* A graphic for the rotation block at the upper left, so we can get rid
of that homely dude who keeps popping up there.
* A bigger banner for the middle of the page, to run for about two to
* Maybe a set of buttons or banners of appropriate size for our Fedora
friends & family to put on their web sites if desired.
Any takers? I put the request on the DesignQueue:
Paul W. Frields
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I've been on this list for some time and haven't contributed much :-|,
but I do have a suggestion to make..
I was trying to find the list of mirrors today and went to
http://fedoraproject.org. From there I had to click "wiki" before I
could find the search box. Since I've used the wiki a fair bit I know
that's where the search is, but perhaps not everyone would know that.
Is it worth integrating a search box into the side bar or top right of
the fpo home page? If so, I'm happy to have a crack at it myself if
someone can point me in the right direction to grabbing hold of the