I'm working on the project AskFedora UX/UI and functionality overhaul under
GSoC this summer. I have created some mockups for the pages in AskFedota
which can be viewed at my blog -
Also I have set up a repository in fedoradesign github where I have pushed
my current work on the mockups -
I would like to have some feedback on these mockups and would like to know
the improvements that I need to do further and whether there are any
additional things that I need to include in the designs. The views of all
of you would be very important to this project.
Undergraduate | Department of Computer Science and Engineering
University of Moratuwa
well, I really prefer nr. 6 too; by less dense you mean fewer or more
evenly distributed on the surface?
The problem here is that the sparkles also generate the pattern in the
background, so fewer spots mean a darker bg. I'm not sure there is a way
to export the sparkles and the background separately, but I'll try that
Il giorno mar, 23/06/2015 alle 07.53 -0400, Máirín Duffy ha scritto:
> Hey Sam!
> On 06/21/2015 01:10 PM, Samuel wrote:
> > Hey people!
> > Here are the results of further iterating on the concept discussed on
> > Tuesday.
> > https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/100882866/Sharing/f23_wp_wip.zip
> > IMHO, the right direction is in the even ones, 6-8-10. Let me know what
> > do you think! :-)
> I think I like test6 the best, but maybe less dense sparkles? Is it easy
> enough to remove the sparkles and maybe we can play with different
> sparkle configs in Gimp layered on top?
On Wed, Jun 17, 2015 at 03:31:15PM +0200, Robert Mayr wrote:
> For example EC2 images, they will be done by fedimg, could this be a
> transparent process for us? Actually it's not so easy to get the IDs and
> they need some work from our side (websites). Would be the best to make a
> script to gather them automatically through datanommer, as filed in our
> webticket [1.
Yes, I'd like Fedimg to automatically provide all of the needed
information with no need for human intervention. For this new case,
it's easier, because we're defining the release as gated by automated
testing, while Fedora Cloud Base image is still expected to be signed
off on by humans — that is, a certain RC will be declared gold. That
means there needs to be a mechanism for someone — release engineering,
presumably — to programatically signal that a given image build is
"gold" (whether for alpha, beta, or final, or for an updated image
rebuilt for a security reason).
Fedora Project Leader
[Cross posted to design team and websites]
Hi everyone! Take a look at the draft change proposal
This calls for a new, separate "http://atomic.fedoraproject.org". I
don't, however, have anyone lined up to design or create the site
itself. So, this is a first call for help. :) Is anyone interested /
able to work on this?
Although it's nominally a F23 change, I'd like to get something live
much sooner than that, even if not the final site.
Fedora Project Leader
Hi everybody :)
It's my fault the wallpaper meeting didn't happen yesterday.
I wanted to suggest that maybe instead of doing ticket triage as we
usually do at our meeting on Tuesday, that instead we turn that into an
F23 wallpaper hackfest.
Vanadium 23-th element of periodic table. Background theme based on letter "V".
I send working file in your github  repository.
 - https://github.com/fedoradesign/f23-vanadium-theme
P.S. Again, I can not take part in the meeting. At this time, I'll be