[Design-team] Cheating with Fedora

Kris Thomsen lakristho at gmail.com
Thu Feb 11 08:22:30 UTC 2010

I will translate it to danish. This look really great - Think I will
print out one for myself ;)

// Kris

2010/2/11 Juan Rodriguez <nushio at fedoraproject.org>:
> One of the linux myths is that using the operative system means using the
> command line, but why should we demonize it?
> Introducing... The Fedora Cheat Cube!
> http://img692.imageshack.us/img692/7760/fedoracheatcube.png
> No longer does using the terminal have to involve memorizing obscure
> commands, you can always have a fun cube around to remember the important
> things, like yum commands and navigating with the terminal.
> This would be a fun thing to hand out at Fedora booths at events, and I
> intend to get this translated into spanish and hand them out at the FLISOL.
> Now, it wouldn't be much help if I didn't give out the source, which you can
> find at
> http://proyectofedora.org/Fedora%20Cheat%20Cube.svg
> One of the things I've been suggested to do is to include the 4 Foundations
> somewhere (Possibly on the "Fedora cheat cube" side?), and also a link to
> the http://join.fedoraproject.org website.
> Another idea I have, is to prepend a $ on commands that can be run as a
> normal user, and # to commands that *require* root to work, then add a
> footnote on each side to indicate that.
> Other than that, the help I'd really appreciate is giving the frontal face
> (The one with the Fedora logo) a make over, so it actually looks good.
> Thanks for your time!
> Disclaimer: The original cube was taken from gnome-look.org
> [1] http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?action=content&content=119833
> --
> Ing. Juan M. Rodriguez Moreno
> Desarrollador de Sistemas Abiertos
> Sitio: http://proyectofedora.org/mexico
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