Idea for tracking Fedora Marketing team success
Paul W. Frields
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Mon May 17 12:50:30 UTC 2010
On Mon, May 17, 2010 at 02:20:09PM +0200, Gerard Braad wrote:
> On Mon, May 17, 2010 at 1:34 PM, Luke Slater <tinmachin3 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Something like KDE Buzz would be good, then having it record activity
> > levels to see if goals are being met :-)
> KDE Buzz only provides one element of your suggested idea, the
> aggregation of he information. but no processing is performed... maybe
> suggest an idea on a wiki with some more details as would the tool
> could do/become.
> > It would be good if the source code for KDE Buzz was open but perhaps
> > that wouldn't fit in if it weren't developed in Moksha?
> Moksha is not a pre-requisite. As Rahul pointed out, different
> languages and frameworks are in use on the Fedora Infrastructure. It
> might even be possible the code itself does not fit well in the idea
We are actively looking for more ways to use Moksha, and expand the
Fedora Community Portal. If possible, I'd recommend going that route,
especially since we have a number of people in Infrastructure who can
offer advice and assistance if needed. Moksha offers very robust
features for realtime updates, which could be helpful in this
> Is there a place on the Wiki to propose the idea?
You can simply create a new page and put [[Category:Proposals]] at the
bottom of the text. Then you can refer to it when talking to
Infrastructure, Marketing, and other Fedora teams that would be
involved with the work.
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