On Sun, Apr 15, 2018 at 12:27:41PM -0400, Neal Gompa wrote:
> In general, a custom domain discouraged, as it can lead to all
> problems. How about fedoralive.fedoracommunity.org?
Is this the first time we've ever used *.fedoracommunity.org? I've
never seen it used before...
There's plenty of "locale" domains, like
, but I don't know of cases where we've
used it for other things. The guidelines page clearly indicate that
that was the intention though.
Also, if we're going to use that, probably
makes more sense.
And we've previously done custom domains for stuff, for example:
Yeah, I'm not particularly fond of these (although fedoraloves.net
cute, even if the twisted use of .net kind of pains my 1990s sysadmin
Get Fedora: getfedora.org
(this one was actually a pretty painful
Yeah, this wasn't really mean to be a _change_ but a focused "download
Custom domains are not specifically disallowed either, but a
license from Red Hat is required. Alternatively, Red Hat/Fedora could
purchase the domain for the use.
Yes, that's all true.
If it is possible, we should get fedorastreams.live and/or
If this is really going to help success, I won't -1 it, but there's a
little bit of a chicken and egg problem — if we do something like this,
I'd like it to be for something we feel pretty confident is going to be
around and self-sustaining in a year or two.
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