[Ambassadors] What do you think? (was Re: fedoracommunity.org portal design)
Paul W. Frields
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Thu Aug 19 22:13:53 UTC 2010
On Thu, Aug 19, 2010 at 09:59:19AM -0400, Máirín Duffy wrote:
> Hi Zoltan,
> On Thu, 2010-08-19 at 07:29 +0200, Zoltan Hoppar wrote:
> > In additionally - here at Hungary - the HULUG has purchased storage
> > space for the hungarian fedora community... And we begun to develop
> > the site too. We will need the hu.fedoracommunity.org domain if its
> > possible.
> > Also, I have talked several .sk (slovenia) guys who also wants to
> > participate after this site has activated.
> > Please give me guidance, criteria info and needs about the local
> > fedora site, and about the domain...
> The instructions for requesting a fedoracommunity.org domain are
> documented here:
> I believe you start by emailing the advisory-board mailing list.
Actually, I think the best place to start is more like this order:
* Figure out what it is that you need to do in your community that you
can't do on current Fedora infrastructure. We can already provide
language-specific wiki pages, mailing lists, IRC chat, and a way for
your contributors to help translate the fedoraproject.org website
into your language (if we don't already have it).
* If there's something left that you need, it's best to set up (or
mock up a design of) the site that you want to create before you
contact the Board. That way when you do contact the Board, there's
a visual representation of what you're proposing to build. That
helps the Board members offer appropriate guidance for things like
trademarks, links back to Fedora, and so on.
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