#385: I don't like fade-out feature at flocktofedora.org
Reporter: rluzynski | Owner: webmaster
Type: defect | Status: new
Priority: minor | Milestone:
Component: General | Keywords:
Blocked By: | Blocking:
When I hover my mouse over a section of the text at flocktofedora.org site
the neighboring sections fade out, get white or blurred and unreadable.
That's even worse if I hover the mouse pointer over the area with no text:
in such case all neighboring sections fade out. I guess the intention was
to emphasize the text under the mouse pointer but personally I don't like
this effect. I don't tend to keep the mouse pointer over the text I'm
currently reading. Instead I tend to keep it away, usually close to the
right scrollbar. Also think about the touchscreen devices: if you touch a
screen (for example to scroll the content) and it is interpreted as mouse
hover a part of the screen fades out which you don't want.
My suggestion is to fade in the hovered text rather than fade out the
neighboring text. In order to let the text be faded in it must be faded
out by default but really slightly faded out, for example background
#eeeeee foreground #111111, and fade in to background #ffffff foreground
Ticket URL: <https://fedorahosted.org/fedora-websites/ticket/385>
Fedora Website Team's Trac instance
Hello world, my name is Alex Oviedo and I am a fedora ambassador in Peru
(Latam). I want to make a FAD oriented websites to enroll new people in the
team (me included). I want to know who can help us and their time
availability. I await your answers, regards
When adding a file containing my ssh public keys at
https://admin.fedoraproject.org/accounts/user/save/ssm?[...], I got the
following message (key content elided):
| The following error(s) have occurred with your request:
| ssh_key: Error - Not a valid RSA SSH key: ssh-ed25519 AAAA[...] ssm@turbotape
It looks like the web administration page restricts the keys to older
types, even though the systems it provides data to may support the newer
Stig Sandbeck Mathisen
To whom it may concern,
Please pardon the sudden mail.
My Name is Yoshikane Sugimura and I work at Hitachi, Ltd. in Japan.
I have a question about fedora ECCN / Licence exception.
In this page,
License Exception TSU
（Under EAR §740.13(3) I previously inquired by e-mail.）
But, EAR §740.13(3) is deleted in 2016.09.20.
Do you have a new judgment about EAR?
Please advice me.
My name is Luke, and I was looking to join the websites team, in order
to provide help in design and resolving bugs/issues.
along with Administrative skills from a web hosting stand point. I've
been working on code and the IT side of web page hosting for several
If my skills would be of use, I would like to be able to provide my
services in helping the Fedora Project.
Hello, and thank you for your time.
I’ll be short, and direct.
I used to translate some strings for the GNOME project, Romanian team. The actual coordinator is missing for years now, the rest of the members won’t change him
So I quit the team, because I think is stupid to have as a coordinator a person Who doesn’t do anything.
Same thing applies to Fedora RO translation team, on Transifex. I was denied access as a member, I really wanted to contribute, without given reason.
Meanwhile, they slack, for years now.
Some things that maybe you can fix, included in the attachements.
Trimis din Mail<https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=550986> pentru Windows 10
Hello I would like to participate in the web design project. Can you tell me what steps to take?
I would also like to saner if there is any Spanish speaking group, since I am Spanish and I defend myself better in this language. Thank you!!
I am a member of the Fedora Design team and a web developer @ Red Hat.
Currently I am working on the Fedora EasyFix and Fedora Testing site
Could you please add me to the websites group so I can collaborate with the
developers further? I am eager to help wherever possible (will keep an eye
Associate Web Developer
AU ENG Internationalization Engineering
Red Hat, Inc
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Greetings of the day!
I am Jimish Parekh a full stack and IoT developer from Ahmedabad, India.
And a Open source contributor too.
This is regarding "Fossasia 2017", My Talk on "IoT - Secure MQTT/HTTP Apis
using Node-Red" got accepted by them.
Unfortunately, I do not have sufficient income/fund as I work in startup to
travel to Singapore from India in March to give my talk on the proposed
topic at FossAsia. From FossAsia team I got to know that you have helped
some speakers last year for the same. So I am hoping you can please help me
with travel plans.
Little something about me :
I am a hard core developer and working at a Air Pollution measurement IoT
device firm called Oizom (https://oizom.com). I am a active open source
contributor in Open Environment Data Project
<http://openenvironment.indiaopendata.com> with IODA. I wanna work in more
open source platforms still exploring more things.
I will be very grateful if you can please help me with travel tickets
during fossasia. Kindly waiting for your positive reply.