On Tue, Aug 3, 2010 at 10:34 AM, Emily Dirsh <emily(a)fightingcrane.com> wrote:
This was discussed last week in the meeting, and since no one volunteered, and I had a
few spare minutes I took it upon myself to make some changes to the design team wiki
I basically added some information that was missing from the Design page - all general
information about the design team "what we do" "services provided" etc
- pretty much verbatim from the Artwork page. I just removed some out of date links and
pointed people to the ticket tracker.
I also added a warning on the Artwork page that it is out of date, and people should look
at the Design page instead.
The Artwork page still has some information about Resources, Long term projects, and
Guidelines which may also need to be added to the Design page. I'm just not sure
which, if any, of that info is still relevant. If we can get all relevant information
moved from Artwork to Design then we can hopefully archive the Artwork page and redirect
it to the Design page.
So, anybody with a few minutes to spare go check it out and make it better!
Artwork page: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Artwork
Design page: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Design
Actually, I'd like to have more focus and consistency on wiki entries
and wiki pages. I don't really know how it can be managed better than
what it is already, but at the moment I see too many wiki pages and
too many that overlap each other. And I have to be honest, if I were
new to the whole project and just seeking some basic information on
Fedora Design Team and the Design Suite Spin I would be quite confused
as to what it's all about.
I will be raising this issue up soon in my Owners and (Co) Maintainers
Email Meeting to get some ideas and feedback on how wiki entries can
be more professionally and properly managed to maintain some sort of
Oh... and nice work Emily.