Wiki page for country

Matt Domsch matt at domsch.com
Tue Jul 13 02:42:11 UTC 2010


2010/7/12 Máirín Duffy <duffy at fedoraproject.org>:
> On Thu, 2010-07-08 at 22:00 -0500, Matt Domsch wrote:
>> I built a very minimal top-level fedoracommunity.org and
>> www.fedoracommunity.org web page now, linking to the existing
>> sub-domains.  It's in the fedora-web module on fedorahosted, so anyone
>> on that team can update it, and _please_, make it look prettier than
>> that hackjob I've done.
>
> So Sijis converted it to the 960.gs grid we've been looking at using for
> the upcoming new www.fpo :
>
> http://sijis.fedorapeople.org/mockup/fedoracommunity.org/
>
> I did a mockup today too of how it might be improved:
>
> http://duffy.fedorapeople.org/webdesign/fedoracommunity.org/fedoracommunity.org.2.png

Thank you both!

> One idea, maybe to add some place for folks looking for a
> locale-specific set of pages about Fedora that's not hosted there.... is
> there a specific central place that lists something like that?
>
> What do you think?

I think it'd be fine to use the front of fedoracommunity.org as the
jumping off point into all the various region-specific sites.  Some of
them may fall under fedoracommunity.org, but that fundamentally was to
avoid having people register Fedora-brand-related domains, and then
for us to have to request they sign a trademark license agreement too.
 This gives contributors a way to set up sites w/o registering new
domains.  But in either case (registered domain, such as
fedora-uk.org, or a subdomain of fc.o), having the top of fc.o
aggregate them into a list makes sense to me.


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