Webapps for developers
jazcyk at gmail.com
Fri Jan 23 19:27:11 UTC 2015
"Desktop" should remove frme neryd/geeky dust from Fedora. But you
continue to think as nerds/geeks. because that is all you can do.
What does Mrs. Smith need? Webapps? Target PEOPLE!
On Fri, Jan 23, 2015 at 8:18 PM, Peter Laursen <jazcyk at gmail.com> wrote:
> I think focus for Fedora Desktop is sliding when this talk about " .. for
> developers" comes up. Developers can figure out themselves how to install
> whatever of that kind (with or without RPM packages) . I thought focus of
> Fedora Desktop was "for ordinary computer users" and not "for developers"
> What does *DESKTOP* mean? It is the one sitting 40 centimeters from your
> nose, simply. Media, codecs, social networking apps etc. is what it is
> about. Forget about "webapps" in a "Desktop" edition (as a default install
> at least).
> -- P eter
> On Fri, Jan 23, 2015 at 7:29 PM, Jiri Eischmann <eischmann at redhat.com>
>> Matthias Clasen píše v St 21. 01. 2015 v 15:30 -0500:
>> > Hey,
>> > we currently are shipping information for a relatively small set of
>> > webapps so that they show up in gnome-software. Since we are aiming to
>> > make the Workstation developer-focused, maybe we should add some
>> > must-have developer sites to that list ? I'm really just asking for
>> > suggestions here, I'm probably too old-fashioned in my development
>> > habits to know the places that really should be on this list...
>> > devdocs.io ?
>> > stackexchange.com ?
>> > github.com ?
>> GistBox - http://www.gistboxapp.com/
>> We may also consider Zoho which is a whole family of various webapps,
>> not directly intended for developers though.
>> desktop mailing list
>> desktop at lists.fedoraproject.org
> Hilsen / Regards
> Peter Laursen
Hilsen / Regards
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