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Let's get back to the question: What is Fedora?I thought a general consensus was something akin to: a solid flexible base distro technology that can be used for many different purposes
Then, look at the new website mockups. (perceived) Answer: Fedora is the fedora-desktop spinThe KDE SIG, developers and users alike, for better or worse, draw this natural conclusion. It's a perceived step back from the status quo, where KDE is mentioned on the main download page anyway. We feel that the main download page mockups don't adequately reflect the scope of the Fedora project (i.e. its developer and user community) and that it would be beneficial for Fedora to properly advertise that scope.
Especially for the classes of users identified as:People who are somewhat computer savvy, but may be new to Fedora and/or Linux and FOSS in general
orPeople who don't know where to find anything other than the default offering (i.e., is there something else available?)
These folks likely want to know more about the project scope, and (over)simplification is missing the opportunity to inform and educate them. -- Rex _______________________________________________ fedora-advisory-board mailing list fedora-advisory-board@xxxxxxxxxx http://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/fedora-advisory-board
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