Fedora developer portal - proof of concept

Adam Samalik asamalik at redhat.com
Wed Jul 22 15:17:28 UTC 2015


Hi everyone,

I updated the prototype and tried apply your feedback: https://developer-phracek.rhcloud.com/

I removed everything "random" from the home page and changed it - so it better explains the purpose of the portal. The previous version was more about previewing the technology and structure in the main menu. The homepage itself wasn't that important - sorry again for not making this clear in advance.

We should be now able to use the prototype to:
  - preview the content from our content repo [1] (it's better than reading markdown)
  - decide whether this structure is acceptable (and probably change it a lot)
  - and basically have something running

What it's not in the prototype:
  - section with docker images and vagrant boxes to download
  - section with blogs and updates

What I would like to do next? Ideally, if you find some time, I would like to have a session with you, people interested in this project, to discuss the content, structure and basically everything related to this. For example, I really like how the Fedora Hubs project [2] is going. If we could do something similar, even when the Fedora Developer Portal is not that big, it would be really nice.

If you don't know what this is all about, please visit our project wiki [3] or ask me any question.

Adam


[1] https://github.com/developer-portal/content
[2] http://blog.linuxgrrl.com/2015/07/01/fedora-hubs-update/
[3] https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Websites/Developer





----- Original Message -----
From: "Petr Hracek" <phracek at redhat.com>
To: devel at lists.fedoraproject.org
Sent: Wednesday, 22 July, 2015 3:24:11 PM
Subject: Re: Fedora developer portal - proof of concept

On 07/21/2015 04:00 PM, Neal Gompa wrote: 



On Tue, Jul 21, 2015 at 9:57 AM, Jonathan Wakely < jwakely at redhat.com > wrote: 


On 21/07/15 15:45 +0200, Petr Hracek wrote: 


Feel free to send us any comment or improvements. We would like to improve Fedora for developers. 
Just contents are missing. 

Under "The latest stable runtimes and frameworks Packaged in Fedora 
and ready to use!" would it be worth mentioning C and C++? 

GCC 5 is the first compiler to default to the latest C11 standard, and we ship more of the latest C++ standard library extensions than any 
other compiler. 

There's a lot happening in that space, and not everyone gets excited 
by shiny dynamic languages ;-) 

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​Personally, I'm a little uncomfortable with the phrasing "Fedora is made for developers". It implies that we don't do anything to make it great for non-developers, which is not true at all. ​Is there a better way we can word this? 


As I mentioned in the first mail. This is proof of concept and will be definitely changed. 
UX team could look at it and let us know whether is fullfield with fedoraproject UX layouts. 
Other pages which could be developed later on could have the same faces so that 
all pages looks the same. 




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