Figured this might be the most likely place to find interested people.
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Subject: Request for help with Fedora Personas
Date: Thu, 11 Feb 2010 17:21:43 -0800
From: John Poelstra <poelstra(a)redhat.com>
As part of the Board Strategic Working Group (SWG), I volunteered to
track down the status of the work done on "Personas." I summarized my
findings on this wiki page:
Some initial work has been done and more work remains to be be
completed. The SWG needs to make a recommendation to the Board about
using and relying on the personas work. No one on the board currently
has the time or expertise to lead this effort.
Without a volunteer to lead and own the personas effort to its
conclusion, the SWG is uncomfortable making them a central part of the
Target Audience evaluation work.
Is there someone interested and willing to lead and complete the
Personas project? If so, please let us know by next Wednesday, February
advisory-board mailing list
I have recently subsrcibed to this mailing list. I just want to say thankyou
to John Smoogen for the link to the awesome space shuttle picture :-). I
have set the pic as my background.
I love pictures of space and it would be great if a few of these made there
way into the next Fedora release
The launching of the space shuttle with all this vapour antivibration 'pillow' is really impressing.
I wonder if this is coloured by a bi-colour mask
R6 G150 B250
R6 G250 B225
how it will look like.
At least it has no associations with black holes as some other designs suggest (nothing personal).
I second Oku...
Excessive quoting makes it difficult for the people accessing mail
through cell phones to read the posts. Moreover if you are interested
in the post, you can always follow it though the archive or previously
I'm observing a rather troubling trend in our mails. Its getting harder
to follow the threads with excessive quoting. Those who follow the
design-team mails remotely would find life more bearable if we quote
only what is necessary. Browsing through a huge maze of read mails to
find responses and new comments is not fun (Hope I'm not alone in this).
Again, there should be an agreed format for referencing images for
discussion. I say we put them as a list before our rants eg:
from xyz <xyz(a)fedoraprojects.org>
Message: Mail Ethics Example
Now Discussing the following Artwork
1: http://www.imagelink.com/image-under-discussion (now don't click
2: http://www.anotherArtwork.com/image-under-discussion (Not real too)
Rant Rant Rant Rant
What do you think?
http://www.fastmail.fm - Faster than the air-speed velocity of an
unladen european swallow
As far as I can tell, the above image should not have been uploaded to
the wiki. It appears neither the creator of this image has not signed
the Fedora CLA, nor is the content provided under an acceptable license
for inclusion in Fedora or the wiki .
Let me know if this is not the case. Otherwise, I am going to file a
ticket to have this ticket removed.
Please, think twice before uploading content that YOU PERSONALLY did not
create to our wiki. It's okay to upload someone else's work - if it's
under the appropriate license - but if it's not, do not upload it. If
you have any question as to whether or not something can be uploaded or
used, please ask before doing anything with it.
We need to be very careful about the licensing of any artworks we use
and/or upload to Fedora servers - I would like this team to serve as a
model of responsible asset usage, but we can't do this if we are