The article covers the progress of the Fedora Websites and Apps Community Initiative, including the diversification of contributors, the development of Fedora Badges 2.0, and the team's successful completion of the initiative with the launch of their new websites during the Fedora Linux 38 release.
Websites and Apps
The article discusses the progress of the Fedora Websites and Apps Community Initiative. It covers team processes, participation in community events, design mockups for revamped websites, selection of front-end technologies, and the kickoff of the Fedora Websites 3.0 initiative.
The article discusses the progress and challenges faced by the Fedora Websites and Apps Community Initiative. It covers the addition of interns, departures of team members, and efforts to revamp the Fedora Project's websites. The team faced setbacks but continued to collaborate in the future.
The article highlights the success of the Fedora Websites and Apps Community Initiative, starting with a small team and growing into a larger, well-coordinated effort. It outlines the challenges faced, the support from Fedora leaders, and the involvement of volunteers.
The Fedora Websites and Apps team has been making significant progress in revamping the Fedora websites. With an influx of contributors, they are actively collaborating with other groups and engaging the community for feedback while exploring new technologies and workflows.