Andora Project fedora release
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- 1.1 Project Description
- 1.2 Project Leader(s)
- 1.3 Project Contributor(s)
- 1.4 Project Details
- 1.5 Project Plan
- 1.6 Communication
- 1.7 Project News
This project involves creating a replacement for the three packages:
andora-logos -- This package will contain replacements for the Fedora logos, including the Andora logo where appropriate. It would probably also be a good idea to produce a Andora-backgrounds package with Andora-branded wallpaper. andora-fedora-remix-release -- This package will contain Andora-Fedora Remix release files such as yum configs and various /etc/ files that define the release. andora-fedora-remix-release-notes -- This package will contain documentation on the Remix, including notes on how to install it to a hard disk or an USB flash drive, trademarks, etc.
Expected outcome: three packages.
Skills required: documentation writing, graphics, packaging
Maximum number of people: 3 (logos, release keys, release notes)
Zenit Account: http://zenit.senecac.on.ca/wiki/index.php/User:Ruowen_Tang
IRC nick/ Learn ID: rtang12
Zenit Account: http://zenit.senecac.on.ca/wiki/index.php/User:Lai_Shan_Ip
Fedora Wiki: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/User:Gloria
IRC nick: gloria
Our target is to do the documentation of how to install the Andora-Fedora-Remix into a hard disk and an USB so that client will be able to download the program and use it.
Andora is a custom version of Fedora Linux operating system, modified with emphases on developing for the Android platform. Light-weight, fast and preloaded with all the tools needed to write apps for Android is the main objective.
What is Fedora Remix
A Fedora Remix is a combination of Fedora software, with or without third-party software, that any community member can create at any time. (More Info in the source link)
Tracking mechanism (bugzilla, trac, github, ...):
Resources: Raymond Chan (rchan), John Selmys
Goals for each release and plans for reaching those goals:
- 0.1 Research: Gathering resources and info and move forward
- 0.2 Get approval: presenting artworks and release notes for approval;
- 0.3 Finalizing packages