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== Synopsis ==
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* An interactive program that gives the user a "fedora-tour"
* A "Welcome to fedora/linux"
* Targeted audience:
* This is only an idea tree, not necessarily the way it will be implemented
** New users
*** "New to fedora?"
*** info on:
* apps
* basic faq (eg "how to update?" could come under tools too)
* tools (eg packagekit)
* fedora community (?)
* common bugs and fixes
* getting help (IRC, forums, lists)
* "join fedora"/ "come be a part" :
* <add more>
** General users
*** "what's new in F$release?"
* stuff from the "new users" will fit in here too
* how to report a bug?
** Developers ( so basically all fedora users)
* developer tools overview
<add more>
== Todo ==
* Wiki Page {{check}}
* Mail fedora-marketing
* Mail Fedora-design
* Blog Posts
* Decide a project structure so we know what to include in the mockup
* Set date/time for first mockup sprint
** RyanRix needs to follow up tomorrow with parents about possible time, will ping franciscod
* Project name to be decided "fedora-tour" as place holder for time being
* Ping firstboot maintainer about changes for project
* Talk to desktop team about what interface they'd prefer (GTK / QT / Browser)
* (later) fedorahosted space once we begin to code
== Project Outline ==
=== Firstboot Final Page ===
Add check box to final form of firstboot so that user can choose whether or not to launch this.
Will need to ping firstboot maintainer regarding this, make sure that they are aware of possible changes.
User: clumens, Name: Christopher Edward Lumens, email:, Creation: 2007-04-05, IRC Nick: , Timezone: UTC, Locale: en, Extension: 5101455, GPG key ID: 530bbbb9, Status: active
Checkbox text?
* "I'm new to Fedora"
* "Tell me more about the Fedora Project"
* "Tell me more about Fedora Linux"
* "Tell me more about the Fedora Linux and the Fedora Project"
* "Take a quick tour of Fedora $release $codename"
* <insert more as they come to mind>
=== Main Interface ===
mchua and franciscod threw around a few ideas to play with, each should be considered.
==== Web Interface ====
Easy maintenance
Dependance on web browser
interface limitations
==== PyGTK ====
Faster than loading browser
More powerful
Matches appearane of default Desktop Spin
Learning curve
==== PyQt ====
Faster than loading browser
More powerful
Learning curve
May seem out of place in Desktop spin (may look better, but out of place)
== Documentation ==
List blog posts, meeting minutes/logs, chats, etc.
*First meeting
** [23:28] <zodbot> +Meeting ended Thu Nov 26 06:28:02 2009 UTC.  Information about MeetBot at .
** [23:28] <zodbot> +Minutes:
** [23:28] <zodbot> +Minutes (text):
** [23:28] <zodbot> +Log:  

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This is important
The fedora-tour project wiki on has up to date information on Fedora Tour. Please have a look there.