I might have missed an email about it but did we get the supplemental
wallpapers in for the 32 release?
Cheers, hope everyone is well
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Fedora design team,
I've been working with @duffy on revamping
https://start.fedoraproject.org/ ticket 672 (
https://pagure.io/design/issue/672) which resulted the list of user
#1 A user just opening the browser window to go somewhere in the
browser and doesn't care about what the default page says. Maybe if
something catches their eye they will look at it, but they aren't
opening the browser to look at it intentionally.
#2 A user is a new Fedora user, and is opening the browser for the
first time in playing around with / evaluating the system. They may be
receptive to learning more about what they can do with Fedora at this
#3 A user is a new Fedora user (or just new to this version of Fedora,
maybe they upgraded). They may be receptive to learning more about what
they can do with this new version of Fedora.
#4 A user is a new / less skilled Fedora user and is seeking help in
#5 The Fedora project would love to recruit new contributors, this page
seems like a good piece of real estate to do it.
I made these mock-ups to show what I got in mind:
I would like your feedback, suggestions of other tasks that users can
do with start.fedoraproject.org or maybe other ideas for the project.
An updated f32-backgrounds package is available for testing which
includes its time of day version. A dummy supplemental wallpaper is
available upon request from maintainers of other desktop environments.
Fedora Design Team
Fedora Design Suite maintainer
As part of the contributor recruitment plan we've come up with, the
Design team was volunteered to be one of the initial focus areas.
We're still building out the specifics of the plan, but what we need
from you is to know what you need new contributors to help with. This
can be a link to easyfix tickets, particular skills you need, or
wishlist items you can't get to because you lack the contributor time.
If I were doing this for program management, I might include:
* Python developers, particularly with Bugzilla experience
* Technical writers
* Someone who can write a bespoke webapp to track change proposals
through the lifecycle
He / Him / His
Senior Program Manager, Fedora & CentOS Stream