Update website to mention CVS, Extras?

John Thacker thacker at math.cornell.edu
Thu Feb 24 17:21:07 UTC 2005

Is there any reason why the main Fedora website still doesn't contain any
links or hints that the public CVS server exists or that Fedora Extras
exists?  No mention on the front page, no "CVS Server" on the left sidebar
except when you're actually on the CVS Server page, and plenty of references
like on http://fedora.redhat.com/participate/ , which suggests contributing
to fedora.us, "the older Fedora Linux project with which the Fedora Project 
will be merging," and promises that the public CVS server (which already
exists) "is intended to be available real soon now."  There's no mention
on any of the Download pages about Fedora Extras, either, though users
may figure out to look at that "extras" directory when they click on the
"Download Server" button.

Is there rhyme or reason behind having Fedora Extras and the CVS server
nearly impossible to find from the main site for a new user?  Or have
things merely just not been updated yet?

John Thacker
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