Mission: Video blogging Fedora screencasts for use in Miro
nayyares at gmail.com
Fri Jun 13 14:09:22 UTC 2008
2008/6/13 Clint Savage <herlo1 at gmail.com>:
>> > I agree with Nicu on this. I think there's reason to justify something
>> > 5-10 MB on a LiveCD to give a good intro to Fedora. I did the cheese
>> > and it
>> > was actually pretty hefty, but most of the ones that Paul did were no
>> > than 5MB. I suppose we'd be going right to the end of the CD and have
>> > remove *one* thing.
>> > What if this was on the install DVD to start? Maybe having Miro
>> > in the default LiveCD with the rss from the fedora channel preloaded?
>> > Cheers,
>> > Clint
>> This sounds like a great idea! How would users be notified that there
>> is Miro with a rss Fedora chanell setup for them? Some short readme on
>> the desktop? A short video showing using Miro with Fedora channel?
>> Some html page readme on first firefox startup? Nothing of the above?
>> Something totally different?
> I was thinking we could do another one of those rotating ads like on the
> fedoraproject.org main page. You know, the ones with Paul's face or when
> a release gets close?
> I'm not a big fan of the 'pop something up when they login' idea of
> Microsoft lore, but maybe there's a less intrusive way to get it onto the
> desktop. We could just drop an
> icon on the desktop that says 'Getting Started with Fedora' which would
> launch Miro and put them into the Fedora rss feed directly? I'm not 100%
> sure I like this idea, but
> its a thought.
yeah to me its a nice idea !
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