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{{admon/note|Allegheny students: Here's where to start.| Although the F13 one page release notes are a work in progress, we did make one page release notes for the first time for F12. Look at the current resources for [[One page release notes]]. (They may be incomplete.) Pay particular attention to the F12 version; based on this one example, what would you say the general template for a "one page release notes" deliverable might be? What would a set of instructions for building a similar deliverable for F13, F14, F15, etc. look like? Try out your ideas by starting to put together an outline for the F13 version on this page. Make note of the questions you have and the gaps we still need to fill in. Then contact the people listed below and the [https://admin.fedoraproject.org/mailman/listinfo/marketing marketing mailing list] with your notes, and what you're thinking about in terms of a plan with moving forward.}}
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{{admon/note|What level of detail do I need?|A good reference is to look at some of the other [https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Marketing#Release_deliverables release deliverables] we do, to get an idea of the level of thoroughness we try to bring to our deliverables; some are better than others. The release slogan, for example, is pretty good; others are less complete.}}
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{{admon/note|Good people to contact about this project:|[[User:Rbergero|Robyn Bergeron]], [[User:Mizmo|Mo Duffy]], [[User:Mchua|Mel Chua]], [[User:Pfrields|Paul Frields]], and anyone else you can find on IRC or on the list.}}
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{{admon/note|Be bold.|Feel free to edit this page; there is an "undo" button, which is the "history" tab at the top of this page; if you click there you'll go to a page where you can roll back any edits you've made). Add new sections. Edit old ones. Take these notes out. Clean it up and make it useful. This page is yours to create - it's everyone's to create.}}
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== quick notes ==
  
 
Need to verify the corresponding links for accuracy and current status.
 
Need to verify the corresponding links for accuracy and current status.

Revision as of 06:45, 6 April 2010

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This page is a draft only
It is still under construction and content may change. Do not rely on the information on this page. Sample concept for the F13 one page release notes.
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Allegheny students: Here's where to start.
Although the F13 one page release notes are a work in progress, we did make one page release notes for the first time for F12. Look at the current resources for One page release notes. (They may be incomplete.) Pay particular attention to the F12 version; based on this one example, what would you say the general template for a "one page release notes" deliverable might be? What would a set of instructions for building a similar deliverable for F13, F14, F15, etc. look like? Try out your ideas by starting to put together an outline for the F13 version on this page. Make note of the questions you have and the gaps we still need to fill in. Then contact the people listed below and the marketing mailing list with your notes, and what you're thinking about in terms of a plan with moving forward.
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What level of detail do I need?
A good reference is to look at some of the other release deliverables we do, to get an idea of the level of thoroughness we try to bring to our deliverables; some are better than others. The release slogan, for example, is pretty good; others are less complete.
Note.png
Good people to contact about this project:
Robyn Bergeron, Mo Duffy, Mel Chua, Paul Frields, and anyone else you can find on IRC or on the list.
Note.png
Be bold.
Feel free to edit this page; there is an "undo" button, which is the "history" tab at the top of this page; if you click there you'll go to a page where you can roll back any edits you've made). Add new sections. Edit old ones. Take these notes out. Clean it up and make it useful. This page is yours to create - it's everyone's to create.

quick notes

Need to verify the corresponding links for accuracy and current status.

As of 03/04/2010, only 'F13 Press / News Index' is not referenced, please review sidenote at bottom of page.

Completed

In progress

Sidenote on the above link for 'F13 Press / News Index' the previous 'F12 Press / News Index' URL had 3 URLs: 'and,' '/,' as well as an 'archive' set of references that seemed recursive/cyclical. May need to plan for F13 accordingly.

The following is very nice eye candy and informative, too.

To begin

Draft - One-Page Release Notes

Pretty One-Page Release Notes Logo/Header Here.

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Fedora is free to use, modify, and distribute, and includes software that helps you work, play, organize, and socialize.

What's New in Fedora 13?

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