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)
Resources: Raymond Chan (rchan), John Selmys
Goals for each release and plans for reaching those goals:
We had been working on several different logos and have now selected one to use. We will package it and merge it into our package. We are also creating the wallpaper to us as the background for the package.
Regarding to the Fedora package: Information has been gained of how to install it to a hard disk or an USB flash drive. Our next step is going to install it and make the package to be available for people to use it.
- 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