Fedora Design Team Update

Fedora Design Team Meeting 24 March 2015 Meetbot Minutes Raw log Completed Tickets Ticket 361: Fedora Reflective Bracelet This ticket involved a simple design for a reflective bracelet for bike riders to help them be more visible at night. The imprint area was quite small and the ink only one color, so this was fairly simple. Tickets Open For You to Take! One of the things we required to join the design team is that you take and complete a ticket. We have one ticket currently open and awaiting you to claim it and contribute some design work for Fedora :): Ticket #358: Create Artwork for Cockpit banner to display in Anaconda GUI – We need someone to design a banner to advertise a Fedora Server tool called Cockpit. More instructions are in the ticket. Discussion Fedora 22 Supplemental Wallpapers Vote Closes Tomorrow! Tomorrow (Wednesday, March 25) is the last day to get in your votes for Fedora 22’s supplemental wallpapers! Vote now! (All Fedora contributors are eligible to vote.) (Oh yeah, don’t forget – You’ll get a special Fedora badge just for voting!) Fedora 22 Default Wallpaper Plan A question came up what our plan was with the Fedora …

Enabling New Contributors Brainstorm Session

You (probably don’t, but) may remember an idea I posted about a while back when we were just starting to plan out how to reconfigure Fedora’s websites for Fedora.next. I called the idea “Fedora Hubs.” Some Backstory The point behind the idea was to provide a space specifically for Fedora contributors that was separate from the user space, and to make it easier for folks who are non-packager contributors to Fedora to collaborate by providing them explicit tools to do that. Tools for folks working in docs, marketing, design, ambassadors, etc., to help enable those teams and also make it easier for them to bring new contributors on-board. (I’ve onboarded 3 or 4 people in the past 3 months and it still ain’t easy! It’s easy for contributors to forget how convoluted it can be since we all did it once and likely a long time ago.) Well, anyway, that hubs idea blog post was actually almost a year ago, and while we have a new Fedora project website, we still don’t have a super-solid plan for building out the Fedora hub site, which is meant to be a central place for Fedora contributors to work together: The elevator pitch …