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= Fedora-tour <!-- The name of your feature --> =
The [ fedora-tour project] wiki on has up to date information on Fedora Tour. Please have a look there.
== Summary ==
Fedora-tour will provide new users a chance to learn about the application that they have installed and the Fedora community as a whole. It will touch on issues that new users may have when running Fedora, as well as quick overviews of applications, how to get support via IRC and forums, how to file bugs, and how to get more involved in the Fedora community.
== Owner ==
* Name: [[User:rrix| Ryan Rix]]
* Email:
== Current status ==
* Targeted release: [[Releases/{{FedoraVersion||14}} | {{FedoraVersion|long|14}} ]]
* Last updated: 16 April 2010
* Percentage of completion: 20%
{{admon/note|We need help with contents| The project is almost at a stale because we can't seem to get the content we need. Anyone who has any suggestions or want to help, please talk to us on freenode #fedora-tour}}
== Detailed Description ==
The goal of fedora-tour is to make a handy and easy help function for users of all groups.
== Benefit to Fedora ==
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The benefit to fedora is that it becomes more attractive to new users, and help teams doesn't have to take all the pressure. Also existing users might find it a handy application for accessing information in an easy and understandable way.
== Scope ==
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== How To Test ==
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== Dependencies ==
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== Contingency Plan ==
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== Documentation ==
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[ Fedora Tour Project Page]
== Release Notes ==
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The fedora-tour project wiki on has up to date information on Fedora Tour. Please have a look there.