I was looking to find instructions for upgrading from an existing
release to Fedora 14 and I can't figure out a link to upgrade
instructions as we had in the previous design. Is this deliberate?
A lot of people like the timed swapping of content such as you
have in the top half of the page, but I have to say I always
find it irritating. The timer never has any idea if I'm half
way through looking at something when it swaps it out :-).
In page 1 of the content, I think it is reaching a bit to
describe fedora with the word "stable". I wouldn't consider
any release with a 6 month release cycle as "stable", and
googling in the fedora user's list could probably find thousands
of messages with people jumping on users running fedora as
a server telling them they should use centos or rhel if
they want a stable release for a server.
"Sijis Aviles" <sijis.aviles(a)gmail.com> escribió:
> We just notice there was an error in the es.po file for the website which
> was not allowing us to update the fedoraproject.org website.
> The line that was causing problems was:
> "Last-Translator: Jesús E. Franco Martínez <tezcatl(a)fedoraproject.org>\n"
> Is there a way that you can use ascii text for the accents on "u" and "i" in
> your name. In the meantime, i just changed to not have accents.
I'm sorry, i never figured the accents on my name could break
something. Please apologize me.
No way to use ascii for the accents, but no problem on using it
without accents. Thanks for taking care of the fix.
BTW, in Midori the "¿" symbol to open questions, showing inverted on
other browsers, in Midori appears OK. There is no problem. Please let
me know if there is something i can do to give you more information to
compare the behaviour versus another browsers.
Thanks again for your work.
Jesús E. Franco Martínez
Colaborador de Proyecto Fedora LATAM
Indeed it does! Marketing doesn't handle this, though - so I've copied the
websites team in this response.
Thanks for the tip!
On Nov 1, 2010 7:09 AM, "Magnus Glantz" <mg(a)hacka.net> wrote:
> Hi there,
> I just saw that the count-down counter on http://fedoraproject.org says
> it's 3 days til F14, when the release-schedule states 1 day.
> marketing mailing list
Whiled downloading the F14 beta ISO yesterday, I noticed that the
actual download link comes up in a popup; my browser blocked it. Can
this be fixed? Pretty sure this must be annoying for a lot of people.