Given this ticket  I set out to make some changes (here the patch),
which I tested in my local and they seemed ok, but I wanted some feedback.
There's still the issue that the main page is displaying only the
trac-enabled projects. I will remedy that right after pushing these changes.
I made a change to the Makefile, because I'm now using jquery for some UI
tricks in the page, however I am not sure if they should be propagated to
other Makefiles since no other site uses jquery right now.
If these kind of third party libs are stored somewhere, point me to the
place so I can reference them properly in the change. If not, it may be a
good idea to create a third party repo for them? like
static.fedoraproject.org/js and static.fedoraproject.org/css ? what do you
Jorge A Gallegos <kad(a)blegh.net>
Introducing 'alternate operating systems' for students
we are planned to introduce 'alternate operating systems' for students other than windows in line with changing trend OS field.
Also we are very much impressed with your achievements on this field. For this we need all the stable releases of your OS in DVD.
Can we have the same from you?.(Unfortunately we cannot download from web)
SriRamakrishna Polytechnic college,
Hey, here's a reminder that we'll be meeting in #fedora-websites at
17:00 UTC on 2009-07-24. I might be slightly distracted for this one
because I might have an issue to discuss in the FESCo meeting at the
same time. Hoe to see you all there!
I went to the fedoraproject.org home page, followed the link to
download the Live CD, and booted it (into a new VM on VMware Fusion
for OS X in my case). I then wanted to do an actual installation to
disk, overlooked the "Install to Hard Disk" icon, and then got lost
trying to find what to do. The Federoa 11 installation guide doesn't
seem to address this (at least looking at the table of contents), and
so I started googling to find answers.
I think it would be useful if from the "Get Fedora 11 Desktop Edition
Now" section on the fedoraproject.org home page there were a link to a
simple how to on what to do once a user has booted the Live CD for the
first time. The obvious thing would be to link to a brief tutorial
from the phrase "install it right from the desktop".
With increase in people using and downloading ISOs on Phone(atleast i do
it), i think we need to add support for phone browsers as well. This can
be done in many different ways. I suggest building a new website such as
m.fedoraproject.org, but ricky things otherwise to use the CSS ability
to implement support for Phones.
I want to know what you people suggest on getting it done and if you
think it is really worth the time to get something like this to be done.
With almost all huge websites adding phone support its a good thing to
walk with the world. So i am hoping for a nice little debate on this topic.