Source view in Fedora Packages

Note: There’s a newer blog post here with more mockups and features based on your feedback in this post! Okay, quick recap. We’re working on a v2 of Fedora Community called “Fedora Packages.” The usual long-winded Mo blog post about it is available if you’d like to catch up. Now that you’ve been caught up, here’s a little something I mocked up today: And its friend, a version of it showing what happens if you click on the release / version number: (Oh dear, I hope I’m not getting overly fond of accordian-style widgets; we’ve been using them in the Fedora installer redesign as well.) Anyway, the story here is that you’ve searched for a package and want to poke into its sources. These screens show what you’ll see under the Sources > Patches tab… you’ll see a list of patch names and if you click on one, it’ll expand accordian style to show you the patch in its full glory. Along the bottom of the patch is a toolbar you can use to paste the patch to fpaste, email it, or grab a link to it to send to someone else. Are these useful things you might want to …