Uploading own work

Tareq Al Jurf taljurf at fedoraproject.org
Wed Dec 2 12:29:37 UTC 2009

Maybe we can establish and host our own similar site using the same (open
source) code they're using.
What do you think of it?

2009/12/2 Nicu Buculei <nicu_fedora at nicubunu.ro>

> On 12/02/2009 12:39 PM, Tareq Al Jurf wrote:
>> I thought about the same last week.
>> I've found a better way for anyone to upload his work,
>> My Idea is to have a site similar to the sites: linuxmint-art.org
>> <http://linuxmint-art.org> and ubuntu-art.org...
> We at the Design Team are looking for la long time for a way to easily
> share the work, evaluated a number of options and were not happy with any of
> them.
> At first we tried to use the wiki, but is hard to navigate and it won't
> scale: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Artwork/Wallpaper_Extras
> Then we had a running instance of Gallery 2 and it lacks a lot of needed
> features: http://publictest7.fedoraproject.org/gallery2/main.php
> There are also a good deal of other galleries (like ccHost) but all of them
> are far from perfect.
> Oh, and there is this test instance of Plogger, from marketing/ambassadors:
> http://publictest16.fedoraproject.org/plogger/
>  I've contacted someone from Mint and he told me that the site is
>> maintained by opendesktop.org <http://opendesktop.org> .
>> He also told me that he thinks that they'll be happy to maintain a
>> similar site for Fedora, and suggested that i contact them through the
>> form on their site. So I did, but till now i got no response.
> I am not thrilled about running any part of our infrastructure on a closed
> platform hosted on a 3-rd party site. Duh! "Copyright 2007-2009
> openDesktop.org Team"
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Tareq Al Jurf
Fedora Ambassador
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
taljurf at fedoraproject.org
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