Tag: Websites and Apps

Mindshare Committee Quarterly Report- Q2 2022

It’s time for the (overdue) Mindshare Committee’s third Quarterly Report. This post covers activities from the Mindshare Committee and related teams for the months of April, May, and June of 2022. We started off strong with getting these reports together, but as time has gone, it’s gotten a bit more difficult to pull them together and out on time. We are addressing the future of these reports and how we can restructure to make it easier to put them together. As always, we welcome feedback on how we can improve these reports in the related Mindshare ticket.

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Fedora Websites and Apps Team – What have we been up to?

I’m back to share the progress our team has been making in our efforts to revamp the Fedora websites. Over the last few months, the team has gone beyond maintaining the websites in their current states. This increase in activity has led to the following positive changes in both the in-development websites and the team ecosystem.

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Meetbot Logs 2.0 is Out Now

I’m happy to announce that Meetbot Logs (or Mote) 2.0 is now live at meetbot.fedoraproject.org. Meetbot Logs allows the community to see the minutes and logs from meetings. The new version is a major rewrite and adds features like a calendar view, asynchronous loading, quicker search, and dark mode. It should also be easier to maintain and develop in the future.

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Fedora Websites and Apps Objective Revamp Update: April 2022

Our websites are our face to the Fedora Linux users and the community members. We started with a successful Council objective proposal to revamp the websites and applications. As part of that, we want to revitalize and organize the community that maintains them. Allow me to share with you the things that we have been up to so far.

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Mindshare Committee Quarterly Report – Q4 2021

The Mindshare Committee is establishing a Quarterly Report, with this post being our first edition. It covers activities from the Mindshare Committee and related teams for the months of October, November, and December of 2021. As we kick off these reports, we welcome feedback on how we can improve in the related Mindshare ticket.

Help Wanted in Q1 2022

Take a look at the links below and see how you can get involved. For tickets and Discussion threads, make sure to comment your interest in getting involved.

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A new conceptual model for Fedora

[Editor’s note: This post was originally published on Máirín Duffy’s blog. It is republished here with permission.]

Screenshot of the current getfedora.org website
Screenshot of the current getfedora.org website
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Would you use this as your homepage?

The Design team have been working to revamp start.fedoraproject.org which is the default homepage in a fresh Fedora Linux installation. We are super excited to show you the progress we have made so far.

Thanks to the amazing feedback we got from you, we have further improved the first mock-up:

  • Moved a bunch of things around.
  • Reduced unused space.
  • Added a search engine field that follows the default search engine in your browser settings.
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Proposed Objective: Fedora Websites & Apps Community Revamp

The effort to revamp the Fedora Websites Team to Fedora Websites & Apps Team was initiated in March 2021. Co-leads Akashdeep Dhar and Ramya Parimi, collectively started working on preparing the ground work for this effort, with guidance from Mathew Miller, Marie Nordin, and Justin W. Flory. Currently, Jon Trossbach from Red Hat’s Open Source Program Office (OSPO) and Vipul Siddharth from Community Platform Engineering (CPE) are supporting the team’s progress as well. The team has been meeting weekly to develop outcomes. It quickly became evident that the revamp would take massive effort involving a lot of contributors, coordination and hours to implement successfully.

Based on the work required, the Fedora Websites & Apps Community Revamp qualifies to fall under the category of a Fedora Objective. This revamp aims to play a pivotal role in modernizing and maintaining various dynamic applications that are widely used across the Fedora Community. There is a ticket open with the Fedora Council based on our Objective Proposal. We are looking forward to your feedback in the Discussion Topic. The Council will begin voting on this in two weeks.

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