Hello, I'm Korean translator of fedora project. I found some outdated pages
on translating 'Using Fedora'.
1. Agave is no longer
2. Some explanations of menu are focused on GNOME 2 and fedora releases
supported are all GNOME 3.x - Not only Agave, but also other applications.
For example, "*Open up the Add/Remove Software wizard by selecting the System
→ Administration → Add/Remove Software desktop menu item.*" is not valid
for GNOME 3, it must be corrected to "*Open up the Add/Remove Software
wizard by selecting the Activities in the top left corner → Application →
System Tools → Add/Remove Software desktop.*".
So I stopped translating these pages. Could you change these pages?
I'm picking up the thread about the FUDCon maintainer , which is
blocked by the tickets #102 and #89. This two tickets are related also
to the #85, the upcomming Fedora Events, I think.
One of the most important events every year is the FUDCon, so it would
be important having a stable link to the fudcon.fp.o page in the
join-fedora page .
The FUDCon Paris is not so far away and it would be nice if the
dedicated page  reports the 2012 events. I think it won't be
possible to realize the proposal of Salem, but as a short term target
we could link the single FUDCons to the wiki pages of the single
event. (i.e. for EMEA )
I don't know (or didn't find) other discussions about this themes, but
it would be nice to work on it, fixing the three tickets mentioned
Better working on this and tracking a new ticket for the mid/long term
target, together with the infra team, than let the FUDcon site getting
I could try to work on a solution, but before starting I'm curious to
hear your opinion about it.
 - http://lists.fedoraproject.org/pipermail/websites/2012-May/019501.html
[²] - http://fedoraproject.org/en/join-fedora
 - http://fudcon.fedoraproject.org
 - https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FUDCon:Paris_2012
Hi, I recently noticed that fedora planet is escaping "<figure>" and
"<figcaption>" elements. I'm not much of a web developer, bu these elements
appear to be standard HTML5, so it seems like we shouldn't do that?
Anyway, just figured I'd point it out because it looks pretty bad when people